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Around a thousand Beatles fans came together in London Thursday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band making its iconic zebra crossing picture for the "Abbey Road" album cover. Beatlemania broke out as fans mobbed the pedestrian crossing outside the Abbey Road Studios, exactly five decades on from the moment when Britain's legendary Fab Four walked over it for the sleeve of their final studio album.The photograph of John Lennon leading band mates Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison over the crossing is instantly recognized worldwide."Abbey Road" was released on Sept. 26, six days after Lennon privately told his band mates he was quitting the group.Some 190 of The Beatles' 210 songs were recorded at Abbey Road, the world's first purpose-built recording studio.It has drawn Beatles pilgrims from across the world ever since, with countless fans having walked over the zebra crossing, replicating the picture.
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