Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Field, Beaconsfield Road, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Strawberry Fields is a place in Liverpool made famous by the songwriter and Beatles band member John Lennon- ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’. It was inspired by Lennon’s memories of playing in the garden of Strawberry field a Salvation Army children’s home near where he grew up. The red gate featured is visited most days by tourists on one of the numerous daily bus tours that are arranged from Liverpool.The gate is located at Beaconsfield Road Liverpool.

 

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