Boston Place -- this is where hoardes of fans chase the Beatles at the start
of A Hard Day's Night
and where George tripped and fell.
Just around the corner from Boston Place is Marylebone station -- also seen
at the start of AHDN.
Inside Marylebone station -- the original entrance to the station (as seen
in AHDN) is now a Marks & Spencer food hall. The telephone
boxes used by George, John and Ringo are no longer there.
The cafe inside Marylebone station where the Beatles are seen hiding
from the fans.
Westminster Council House/registry office -- where two Beatles weddings
took place -- Paul and Linda in 1969, Ringo and Barbara in 1981.
34 Montagu Square -- formerly owned by Ringo, lots of Beatles history
happened here. Paul had a recording studio in the basement, various
people lived there over the years including Jimi Hendrix, John and Yoko
were arrested here for possession of cannabis...
94 Baker Street -- Now a Reed employment agency, this is the building that
annoyed the neighbours when it was painted with a rainbow-coloured mural and
was the site of The Apple Shop. There is now a blue plaque for John Lennon
on the wall.
Blue plaque for John Lennon.
Me outside 57 Wimpole Street, the former home of the Asher family.
Browning Mews -- Paul's escape route from the fans outside 57 Wimpole Street.
On the steps of the Abbey Road studios.
Some of the others on the tour photographing me photographing them from
the other side of the Abbey Road zebra crossing.
The Abbey Road zebra crossing.
Crossing the crossing.