Live webcam views overlooking the Beatles Abbey Road Zebra Crossing 40th Anniversary celebrations
On 8th August 1969, the Beatles crossed the Abbey Road Zebra crossing, making the London Pedestrian crossing, on Abbey Road, the most famous road crossing in the world. Tomorrow,Saturday, 8th August 2009, a special day of events have been planned to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the famous Beatles Abbey Road Pedestrian picture that was on the cover of the Beatles Abbey Road music album.
At 11.35am, on Saturday 8th August 2009, hundreds, or maybe even thousands of Beatles music fans will cross the Abbey Road Pedestrian crossing in London, exactly 40 years to the minute since the Beatles posed on the Abbey Road zebra crossing for the picture for the front cover of their new album, and their last ever music album as the Beatles – Abbey Road .
Only six pictures were taken in all, on Saturday 8th August 1969 and the photo shoot lasted for only 10 minutes. Since then millions of people, from all over the globe, have made a pilgrimage to the Abbey Road pedestrian crossing, close to the Abbey Road Recording studio, and have posed on the crossing to recreate this iconic photo that the Beatles have made so famous. . The Beatles band, Sgt Pepper’s Only Dartboard Band, will be making a guest appearance at the Abbey Road zebra crossing, wearing replicas of the clothes that John, Paul, George and Ringo wore when they posed for that iconic picture for the cover of their Abbey Road music album, 40 years earlier.
Enjoy viewing this live Abbey Road webcam overlooking the world famous Abbey Road pedestrian crossing. Watch thousands of Beatles fans LIVE, by viewing this London cam overlooking the Beatles made famous Abbey Road Zebra crossing, outside the Abbey Road Recording Studio, celebrate the 40th Anniversary of now one of the world’s most famous music pictures – The Beatles Abbey Road Zebra crossing picture by John, Paul, Geoege and Ringo