The cast of the musical "Let It Be" pose on the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing in London, England on August 8, 2014. (AFP/Leon Neal)
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The pedestrian crossing on London's Abbey Road immortalized by The Beatles could soon have its own traffic warden to ensure the safety of the fans who flock there.The local authority is considering employing a "lollipop lady" – a warden holding a "Stop" sign that resembles a sweet on the end of a stick – to help regulate the flow of cars past the landmark.Fans often block traffic as they stand on the black-and-white zebra crossing outside Abbey Road Studios to recreate the Fab Four's famous pose on the cover of the 1969 album "Abbey Road".
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