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Finding the Fab Four’s Abbey Road is not so easy
The striped crosswalk made famous by the Beatles album “Abbey Road" in east London keeps drawing confused fans of the Fab Four.
In this file photo dated Feb. 16, 2010, a man walks across the zebra crossing made famous from the album cover of The Beatles 'Abbey Road' in front of Abbey Road Studios, seen at left, in London. Feb. 16, 2010. Struggling music company EMI Group has shelved plans to sell Abbey Road, the London recording studio made famous by The Beatles. The company now says, Monday Feb. 22, 2010, it wants to keep the facility and is talking to "interested and appropriate third parties" about a revitalization project. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori, File)