BEATLES: NUEVAS Y SORPRENDENTES FOTOS

Hundreds of images chronicling The Beatles rise to fame have been dusted off from lofts and home drawers, where they were kept for decades, and published in a book. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison pictured riding bikes as they film 'Help!' in 1965 which hit number one on charts in the UK and USA

The four young members of The Beatles pictured crowning the Northwich Carnival Queen in 1963. Northwich is a town in the north-west of England near the band's home, Liverpool. The Beatles were formed there in 1960

John Lennon pictured holding a Ivor Novello gong, that he won for the song 'She's Leaving Home', with fan Maureen Hall in 1968. She, somewhat cheekily, knocked on the door of his Surrey home with her husband and a young German girl called Renate, and, amazingly, he invited them in. When she asked for a souvenir Maureen got to pose with the trophy

Paul McCartney snapped in the act as he adjusts his collar at the Glasgow Odeon in June 1963. John Lennon is reflected in the mirror behind him. They played at the concert hall while they were on tour with Roy Orbison and Gerry and the Pacemakers

John Lennon pictured holding a sign saying 'War is Over!' with Yoko Ono on Saville Row, London, in December 1969. The pair were taking part in a protest against the Vietnam war outside the Apple HQ in the area

Carol Slegel stood outside the studios to see if she would spot a member of the band and got lucky in 1968 when she met Ringo Starr
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Looking Through You: The Beatles Book Monthly Photo Archive
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  • Tom Adams
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  • Edición no. 1 (07/23/2015)

This picture was taken on Watergate beach, Cornwall, when The Beatles were filming for their Magical Mystery tour in 1967. In the foreground Ms Sprason, who submitted the picture, can be seen

The Beatles pictured with a woman. There is a mirror in the background showing their reflection. This image will be published along with many others in a book, titled The People's Beatles, formed out of photos of the band taken by fans

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