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here's a typical tourist picture from Liverpool
& still celebrating 50 years of The White Album...

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MATTHEW STREET in Liverpool is ground zero for Beatles fans. This is where the famous Cavern Club was and where the four lads went for a drink before and after the gig.

These days Matthew Street is home to a yearly Beatles fest and several Beatle-themed bars and clubs, including a new Cavern Club. The original one was demolished in 1973, but the new one is similar in many ways and still worth a visit, especially if there's a proper band playing.

THIS PICTURE shows the statue of John Lennon in Matthew Street. There's also an older "four lads who shook the world" sign a bit further up the road.

I'm taking a Paul song as song title reference here, a matter of balance.

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song title reference: The Beatles

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