Queen Continues Tour 1953

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    Queen Elizabeth continues tour of Scotland, visiting Edinburgh Castle, Murrayfield and Lanark.

    LV. Royal landau arriving at Edinburgh Castle to receive key to castle. & SV. CU. Queen and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) seated in landau. LV. Landau outside castle. CU. LV. Two guards on battlements challenging the Queen "Who goes there?". (Nat. Snd.) CU. Queen and Duke in landau. Governor of castle Lieutenant General Sir Colin Barber approaching with key. CU. Key. CU. Governor presents key. LV. Crowd outside castle.

    SV. Queen about to leave landau. CU. Queen smiling as she leaves landau. CU. Queen with kilted Duke walking with governor towards castle gates. GV. Edinburgh Castle. LV. Queen walking through castle grounds past guns and crowd. CU. Crowd. SV. Queen, Duke and Governor walking through grounds.

    LV. Crowd waiting outside. CU. Type. LV. Queen crossing drawbridge as she leaves castle. CU. Pan, Queen crosses drawbridge and shakes with Gov. Lt. Gen. Sir Colin Barber. SV. Crowd. SCU. Queen and Duke in landau. LV. Landau leaves. CU. Pan royal couple leaving.

    SV. Duke and Queen arriving at Murrayfield rugby stadium for Display and Pageant alighting from car and being received by Lord Provost of Edinburgh Sir James Miller. SV. Queen and Duke seated in royal box. SV. Pan girl dancer walking up to royal box with basket of roses presents them to Queen.

    SV. Queen and girl placing basket of roses on table. SV. Queen and Duke watching. SV. Queen and Duke being received by Dean. LV. SV. Queen, etc. mounting steps. LV. Dean leading Queen's procession as she leaves. SV. Pan Duke and Queen leaving.

    Installation of the Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) as a Knight of the Thistle SV. St. Giles Cathedral. SV. Heralds arriving, followed by Knights of the Thistle. LV. Crowd. SV. Knights of the Thistle walking in procession. SV. Judges in procession.

    LV. Dean of the Thistle and Chapel Royal Dr Charles Warr waiting with others to receive the Queen. & SV. SV. Archers saluting. SV. Queen and Duke being received by Dean. LV.SV. Queen etc. mounting steps. LV. Crowd.

    GV.SV. Archers outside ST. Giles. LV. Dean leading Queens procession as she leaves. SV. Pan Duke and Queen leaving.

    SV. Queen alights from train at Lanark station and is greeted by Lord Lieutenant, Lord Clydesmuir. SV. Queen steps forward and receives bouquet from 6 year old Diana Colville. LV. Queen and party walking along platform. SV. Crowd. CU. Lt. Col. Sir R.O'Conor, Col-in-Chief Cameronians.

    SV. Queen being presented to O'Conor. LV. Crowd. SV. Queen beings inspection. SV. Queen inspecting. LV. Crowd. LV. Queen finishing inspecting. SV. People on Regal cinema. SV. Queen walks forward, shakes hands with Lt. Col.Henning and Lt. Col. Alexander. SV. Queen chatting to officers.

    SV. The Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) arrive at Holyrood House escorted by Senior Officer. GV. Royal party arriving at saluting dais. LV.Queen walking out to inspect parade. GV.SV.LV.Queen inspecting.

    SV. Queen inspecting flag on pipe major's pipes. She walks towards dais. LV.Queen and party walking towards dais. SV. Queen, Duke and officer on dais. SV. Queen steps forward and presents new colours. SV. Queen presents other colour. M/S of the Queen making a speech. Pan, to colour party.

    SV. Queen, Duke and officer at saluting base. SV. Royal party on saluting base. SCU. Queen walks forward and shakes hands with Chelsea pensioner. SV. Queen talking to Chelsea pensioner.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    28553
    Sort Number:
    53/049
    Time in/Out:
    01:29:12:00 / 01:38:59:00
    Canister:
    53/49 (Special)
    Film ID:
    100.08
    Issue Date:
    02/07/1953
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