Thousands of Beatles fans showed up at the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing that's found on the band's 1969 album artwork to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the day the photo shoot happened.
NME reports an estimate of 3,500 people were present at the London zebra crossing, located near the intersection of Abbey Road and Grove End road in St. John's Wood. It was directly opposite Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded most of their music.
One fan, dressed as Sir Macca, proposed to his girlfriend while surrounded by men dressed as the other three Beatles. Many fans also brought their guitars and original copies of the 'Abbey Road' record.
Many fans recreated the iconic photo and posted across social media platforms, you can see them below.