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Sir Paul McCartney takes a long and winding walk in London

Not going anywhere, man: The Ticket To Ride was left at home as Sir Paul McCartney ventured out for a long, winding ride near his west London home on Wednesday

Are you going anywhere, man? Sir Paul McCartney is caught at a zebra crossing as the Beatles legend takes a long, winding walk in London

The Ticket To Ride was left at home as Sir Paul McCartney ventured out on a long and winding ride near his west London home on Wednesday.

The Beatles legend looked like your average pedestrian in a pair of jogging bottoms and trainers while strolling down an upscale residential street in the English capital.

Sir Paul, 80, was without third wife Nancy Shevell as he conjured up images of his former band’s iconic Abbey Road album cover as he stopped at a traffic light before crossing the street.

Not going anywhere, man: The Ticket To Ride was left at home as Sir Paul McCartney ventured out for a long, winding ride near his west London home on Wednesday

Not going anywhere, man: The Ticket To Ride was left at home as Sir Paul McCartney ventured out for a long, winding ride near his west London home on Wednesday

The iconic musician complemented his laid-back look with a black denim jacket, while running shoes and heavily tinted sunglasses completed the look.

Sir Paul’s latest public appearance follows a string of high-profile live performances, most recently Wembley Stadium’s star-studded tribute to the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on September 3.

For the past few weeks, the musician has also headlined the Glastonbury Comeback Festival at Somerset’s Worthy Farm after wrapping up his 16-show Got Back tour of North America on June 16.

Don't bother me: The Beatles legend looked like your average pedestrian in a pair of jogging bottoms and trainers while strolling down an upscale residential street in the English capital

Don’t bother me: The Beatles legend looked like your average pedestrian in a pair of jogging bottoms and trainers while strolling down an upscale residential street in the English capital

Solo: Sir Paul was without third wife Nancy Shevell as he conjured up images of his former band's iconic Abbey Road album cover while stopping at a traffic light

Low-key look: The iconic musician added a black denim jacket to his laid-back look, while running shoes and heavily tinted sunglasses completed the look.

Solo: Sir Paul, 80, was without third wife Nancy Shevell as he conjured up images of his former band’s iconic Abbey Road album cover as he stopped at a traffic light

Taking a break: Sir Paul's latest public appearance follows a string of high-profile live performances

Taking a break: Sir Paul’s latest public appearance follows a string of high-profile live performances

In August, Sir Paul paid tribute to his brother-in-law John Eastman after his death at the age of 83 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer.

John, who had known Paul for more than 50 years, was the brother of Linda Eastman McCartney, the Beatles legend’s first wife who died in 1998 after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

The singer remembered his brother-in-law – a lawyer Sir Paul initially defended to handle the Beatles’ business affairs as the group gradually disbanded in 1969 – on Instagram, along with a photo of the couple doing yoga poses .

Get involved: Wembley Stadium's star-studded tribute to late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on September 3

Get involved: Wembley Stadium’s star-studded tribute to late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on September 3

Star of the show: In recent weeks the musician has also headlined the Glastonbury Comeback Festival at Somerset's Worthy Farm

Star of the show: In recent weeks the musician has also headlined the Glastonbury Comeback Festival at Somerset’s Worthy Farm

Tragic: In August, Sir Paul paid tribute to his brother-in-law John Eastman after he died aged 83 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer

Tragic: In August, Sir Paul paid tribute to his brother-in-law John Eastman after he died aged 83 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer

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