We wrote some posts about The Beatles a long time ago, like this one about their first concert and this one about them playing D.C. Stadium. It's been a really long time since we posted about The Fab Four -- and it's one of the most searched terms on our site -- so, here's some more D.C. Beatles-related content with updated photos we dug up. So, here are a bunch of photos we found related to their trip to D.C., taking the train from New York to Union Station on February 11th, 1964. George Harrison takes a photo of Ringo Starr on the train to DC John Lennon on the train to DC Ringo Starr on the train to DC The Beatles train en route to Washington Beatles on the train Paul McCartney on the train to Washington The Beatles en route to Washington The Beatles arrive at Union Station fans at the Washington Coliseum The Beatles at Washington Coliseum - Feb. 11th, 1964 The Beatles play in the snow outside Washington Coliseum The Beatles on the Mall The Beatles in front of the Capitol The Beatles in concert at the Washington Coliseum How great are these photos? It really makes them seem like boys, horsing around on the train, having the time of their lives. They're in their early twenties and they're on top of the world. Don't forget to check out this post about Jimi Hendrix playing at the Washington Hilton.