Abbey road connects the borough of Camden and the City of Westminster in London. It runs from southeast through St. John’s Wood till Lord’s Cricket Ground. It is known for Abbey road studios and it became famous for 1969 Beatles album Abbey road. The Beatles recorded their album here at the Abbey road studios, the cover of the album showed the members walking the zebra crossing on the Abbey road crossing. It was listed as grade 2 building in 2010 by English Heritage. The wall next to the zebra crossing is painted in every three months because of graffiti done by the fans here now and then. The Abbey Road sign was replaced to atop the building from the crossing as it was frequently stolen and painted.
What tube station is nearest to Abbey Road?
St. John’s Wood of London Tube is nearest station to the Abbey Road. The station itself is very old and is listed as grade two buildings. It is only 500 meters from the station and can be reached in 5 minutes while walking on Grove End road. Taxi via the same road takes about 2 minutes. Bus number 46 and 187 take 7 minutes to reach the Grove End road. The St. John’s Tube station lies on the Jubilee line and falls between Swiss Cottage and Baker Street. There are two platforms at the station and it comes in Travelcard zone2. Last train for Eastbound and Northbound departure is at 12:39 am and 12:43 am respectively. The abbey road is about 2 Km long, there are other tube stations like Maida Vale near the Abbey road.