While we were looking at maps and touring the town [St. Croix Falls, WI], I realized that the North/South streets were all named after founding fathers (Adams, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, etc…) and the East/West streets were all named after states (Alabama, Minnesota, Wisconsin, etc…).
This reminded me of my secret ambition to create a city where I could name all of the streets after the Beatles (or simply rename the streets in an existing city). It actually started with a thought when I was a kid that it would be really cool to live at the corner of Twist St. and Shout Ave.
Blue Jay Way, of course, exists: it’s in the Hollywood Hills, overlooking Sunset. George Harrison briefly rented a house there.
And there’s a small development on the edge of Union, Missouri, in Franklin County west of St. Louis, which actually has a number of Beatles-related streets, including Penny Lane, Sergeant Pepper Street, Yesterday Way, and the block-long Let It Be Boulevard.
There is, of course, no shortage of Abbey Roads.