On 28 July 1968,
the Beatles went on a ‘mad day out’ around London with photographers Don
McCullin and Stephen Goldblatt, to generate some publicity pictures. During the
shoot, they visited St Pancras Old Churchyard in Camden, site of a Christian
place of worship since perhaps the fourth century and nestling beside the lost
They sat on this bench – life was so exciting in those days. At the time the band were making the White Album, or more correctly Double Album, and already on the road to breaking up.