LONDON, England (CBS) - For Beatles fans, there is only one Abbey Road. But now, when some of them try to find that famous location, they end up on the wrong side of London.
Legend has it that it was Paul McCartney's idea to shoot the cover for Abbey Road on the crosswalk right outside the studio where the album was recorded. All four members of the band would be strolling across the street.
But a different Abbey Road takes its name from the unfortunately titled street in East London. It's a new train station that was opened just last year to bear some of the burden of crowds during the summer Olympics.
The station's name has - obviously - caused confusion for bamboozled Beatles fans hoping to walk the walk on rock's most famous real estate. But, there are no plans to change the name of Abbey Road train station.