The Beatles conduct press interviews and photos on the train to Washington, 11th February, 1964.

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A very young Beatles fan watches The Beatles on Ed Sullivan, 9 February 1964.

“When we got on the train, the press told us why we got such a great reception in New York. They said, ‘Ah, we came to kill you, but you gave as good as you got and we love that.’ They has come to shoot us down and has an attitude of shouting at us, but ‘Hey! We’re from Liverpool! We shout back!’ They couldn’t believe that this band had come over and were shouting at them! That’s how they came to love us when they’d actually come out to nail us. Besides, we did have a number one and we were doing The Ed Sullivan Show, so that helped. But our attitudes were sort of similar and that’s how we became friends with everybody.”
[Ringo, Photograph, 2013]

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Pics: Eva Bowen.

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On the train heading to Washington D.C. from New York City’s Penn Station, 11 February 1964

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