Let it be

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The Beatles and the city of Liverpool “Come together” for ever.

My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes
this area is perfect for an inspiring walking – don’t miss the historical atmosphere.

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Strawberry Fields Forever” – a green not red area in Liverpool.

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Penny Lane” – one of the two most famous streets in Liverpool.

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A Mount Rushmore in the US liked stone copied by “Yes it is”  (The Beatles Museum)



Eleanor Rigby” – all the lonely people.


Ask me why” – Mathew Street sculpture (The Cavern Club) Liverpool

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The Cavern Club at Mathew Street in Liverpool – ready for “A hard days night“.

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Any time at all” – sculpture at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.


Yellow submarine” – Liverpool John Lennon Airport

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 A few years ago The Beatles “appeared” at Aintree Racecourse, northern Liverpool.

Known by young as well as old.

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  1. Fabulous, Drake! 🙂 🙂 You’re so quick off the mark. I struggled a bit with getting this week’s out on time because I didn’t get back till the early hours of Saturday morning, did 6WS and then have had my son ill at home all weekend. He’s in bed recovering 🙂
    I love, love, love your Beatle walk! Some of my lady friends have done weekends in Liverpool and we were all crazy about the Beatles. Thank you!

    • #.anca
      So glad you enjoyed the walk in the city of Beatles – I find the sculpture very fascinating every time I see them, sometimes several times a day – Strawberry Field was a large park behind the red gate was belonging to the Salvation Army, John Lennon played there as a boy… 🙂

  2. The view behind that red gate is so inviting. Thanks for the walk, Drake. It has showed me more of legendary Beatles than I ever thought I would learn 🙂 I might purchase an airplane ticket to Liverpool just to see that submarine 😀

    • #.paula
      Strawberry Field was a large park behind the red gate and was belonging to the Salvation Army at that time – John Lennon played there as a boy… 🙂

      I often use the Liverpool John Lennon Airport and always say “Hello John” when I’m passing the sculpture inside – and the submarine always fascinating outside in all kind of weather… 🙂

    • #.sue slaght
      I find it very inspiring those Beatles spots, there are many in the city of Liverpool – sometimes I see one of them several times a day – always fascinating… 🙂

      So glad you enjoyed this little walk in the city of Beatles… 🙂

    • #.iris
      Thanks a lot, really do appreciate… 🙂

      Strawberry Field was / is a large park behind the red gate and was belonging to the Salvation Army – John Lennon played there as a boy… 🙂

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