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Sunday, 9 October 2011

Cavendish Avenue: October 9th, 2011.

It's been quite a day at Cavendish Avenue; possibly the last old skool "great day" there (with press, camera crews, fannage, irritated neighbours etc). Ringo's been round, amongst others. But you wouldn't expect any of that here, would you? Instead, it's all about the bricks and mortar, so a then & now: Paul's place as seen in 1969, on the occasion of his first wedding, and the same spot today, on the occasion of his third.
As the sun went down every light inside came on, and it was rather nice to see the auld place full of life once again:

Good on yer, Macca.


  1. Loved to see the glimpse of their wedding http://liveoncampus.com/wire/show/3114343?user=The-Beatles&utm_source=Others&utm_medium=Seeding&utm_campaign=Kanika

  2. In case anyone is wondering, the other pic that was on here has gone, because it turns out to have been taken in one of Paul's other abodes, not Cavendish Avenue. Thanks Tammy for the nod.