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"Abbey Road" Crossing Recreated On 45th Anniversary

(London) -- The anniversary of the photo shoot that became the cover for the Beatles' "Abbey Road" album is drawing fans to the photo's famous crosswalk this weekend. To mark the occasion, the UK's "Telegraph" says the cast of the production "Let It Be" led fans across the famous street in St. John's Wood, London on Friday - exactly 45 years to the minute that the Beatles posed for the famous picture in 1969. Since then, thousands of fans from around the world have visited the crossing to recreate the pose and see Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded many of the their songs.

"Abbey Road" included Fab Four hits "Come Together," "Something" and "Here Comes The Sun." It remains to date the Beatles' best-selling album.

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