The famous photo shoot of The Beatles took place at the pedestrian crossing Abbey Road in London on August 8, 1969. The photographer had only 10 minutes (traffic on Abby road had to be blocked), during which time he took 6 pictures. The photo appeared on the cover of the album Abbey Road, which became one of the last and one of the most successful in the history of the group. Everything depicted on the Abbey Road album has become legendary. For example, “Volkswagen beetle” with the number LMW281F, caught in the frame, was sold at auction “Sotheby’s” for a large sum. Before sale, the number plate of the car was repeatedly kidnapped.
To find the famous zebra, which is located next to the Studio, you need to get to the subway St John’s Wood, cross the road and walk a little straight on Grove End Road to the intersection, where you will see the famous zebra crossing. In the mentioned above Studio the Beatles recorded some of their coolest albums.