Abbey Road


Confused tourists are visiting a docklands light railway station called Abbey Road Station after mistaking it for the site of the famous album by The Beatles.

Baffled holiday-makers turn up at the station – opened in August last year – and wander around looking for the historic zebra crossing featured on Abbey Road album released in 1969.

They have ‘no idea’ they are actually in West Ham in east London – more than 10 miles away from the site of the more famous Abbey Road in posh St John’s Wood in north west London.

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Hit Abbey Road on google and you’ll probably find loads of spoof. 😀



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