Is Abbey Road a Historic Landmark?

The crosswalk on the cover of The Beatles album Abbey Road has just been given a Grade II status in the UK for its "cultural and historical importance." 

Do you think that this crosswalk deserves such an honor?

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Abbey Road Studios may deserve the status, but the crosswalk is what attracts people, i.e. tourist revenue.  All you need is lolly. 

I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

Abbey Road was the greatest album by Beatles, if not for me or you but for music lovers this road has lot of meanings.

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