A Day in the Life
Ringo and Paul ham it up while John plays at being Mean Mr. Mustard.
While stylistically similar to the final cover, this alternative take just doesn't seem quite right.
Across the Universe
Some final wardrobe adjustments before the band's walk of fame.
The Beatles, just a few steps away from getting the famous shot.
Fun fact: John Lennon's two-piece white suit sold for $46,000 at auction a few years ago.
Paul's hand-sketched design of how he wanted the album cover to look.
Carry That Weight
Q: Why did The Beatles cross the road? A: To sit and have a smoke.
All Things Must Pass
The "quiet one" keeping to himself.
All Together Now
One of the last photos ever taken of the Fab Four together.
The Long and Winding Road
George takes five under a tree while Ringo looks more than a bit forlorn.
"Abbey Road," the Beatles' best-selling record of all time, was their last produced in a studio.
With a Little Help From My Friends
"Abbey Road" has inspired a slew of parodies, including this one by Matt Groening for the cover of Rolling Stone.