LONDON -- While covering the Olympics in London, Karyn Greer just had to stop by one of the city's most famous streets.
PHOTOS | Karyn and Chesley in London
Karyn spent a morning watching tourists cross Abbey Road, trying to create the Beatles' iconic album cover -- much to the annoyance of drivers.
The Beatles posed for the album's cover photograph on Aug. 8, 1969 -- 43 years ago Wednesday.
Abbey Road features some of the Fab Four's best-loved songs, including "Come Together," "Something," "Oh! Darling" and "Here Comes the Sun."
Follow Chesley (@chesley11alive) and Karyn (@karyngreer) on Twitter as they report live from the Olympics. Use the hashtag #OlympicsATL to join the conversation.
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