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North London
Pedestrian crossing in north London which was immortalised by the Beatles when they used it for the cover of their 1969 album Abbey Road.

listed in city landmarks :: residential streets.









this location is listed in city landmarks :: residential streets.

These types of pedestrian crossing are known as "zebra crossings" because of the black and white stripes.

Since 1969, this crossing has acquired zig-zag lines either side and in the centre, to indicate no-stopping zones on either side.

Notwithstanding that Abbey Road is a busy suburban road, the traffic here is frequently stopped by Beatles fans recreating the album cover! Nearby is Abbey Road Studios where many Beatles albums were recorded.

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