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Famous Abbey Road Crosswalk Can Finally Be Repainted Now That There's No Tourists

The most famous crosswalk in rock n' roll (and tbh HUMAN) history is finally getting a MUCH deserved facelift!

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The Beatles made the London crosswalk famous back in August 1969 as it took centre stage on the cover of the aptly named "Abbey Road" album.

One of the fab four's best albums, of course.

Naturally, this landmark has seen millions of tourists in the past 50-years and has lost it's lustre because of it.

Now, due to COVID-19, tourism has slowed right down in London and has allowed the city time to repaint the famous white stripes.

We're sure when the time is right, fans will be thankful for the new paint job and will be flocking the crosswalk to get their photo taken once again.

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What a cool sight!