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Saturday, 19 September 2009

Regent's Park Outer Circle, London: 13 April, 1967 & 2009 - part 2.

I've already explained why this is one of my favourite photos, and so I couldn't resist going into it a little more (and possibly a little too) deeply when I found myself in the vicinity of Regent's Park the other day. The location is virtually unchanged since 1967 (give or take a sheepdog/highly psychedelicised songwriter/Aston Martin or two), as can be seen above, and via the Beatle-eye view below...

Assuming they weren't visiting someone, John and Paul would have been taking Martha for a stroll in the park, going in and out via this entrance. Or exit...

... and a tug o' the forelock to the Beatles' London guidebook for originally tracking this location down.


  1. Wow...Amazing...Just amazing...

  2. Thanks for Kenwood site - here is a ghostly
    superimposition of Martha John and Paul: