Abbey Road Studios was where they made most of their records, under the stewardship of George Martin.
The walls outside the studios are the only spot in London where nobody gets arrested for scribbling or spraying graffiti . Indeed, there is so much of the stuff that the record company managers send someone out once every few weeks to whitewash the walls....They are soon covered up by new messages.
The zebra crossing outside the studios was immotalised on the front cover of the eponymous "Abbey Road" album, which was released shortly before the four members of the Beatles split up and went their separate ways.
It has been about three decades since then, but the flow of pilgrims keep flocking to this corner of St. John's Wood. Thanks to them, the legend will never die...