After 49 Years, Paul McCartney Returns To Visit This Iconic Beatles Landmark

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After 49 Years, Paul McCartney Returns To Visit This Iconic Beatles Landmark | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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Reunited And It Feels So Good!

August 8th 1969, legendary photographer Iain Macmillan captured one of the most iconic photographs in all of music. It was the iconic Abbey Road photo which ended up being the cover of a Beatles album.

Image Credit: Iain Macmillan 1969

Even to this day, people travel to Abbey Road in London, England to recreate this iconic photo making it now officially one of the busiest streets and tourist attractions in all of the world.

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However, Paul McCartney decided to revisit this historic landmark and needless to say that everyone on the planet was there to witness him cross the iconic street. See below!

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Paul was actually on his way to Abbey Road Studios to record his new solo album and to play a surprise gig, hence the abundance of people. Paul’s daughter caught him crossing the road on Instagram and needless to say, even 49 years later, Paul repeated history!

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