Royal Tour Royal Children On Holiday 1955

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    Isle of Man & Scotland.

    Isle of Man.

    LS. Royal yacht Britannia at sea nearing Isle of Man. GV. Royal barge coming into quay at Douglas. GV. Cheering crowds on quayside. SCU. Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by the Lieutenant Governor Sir Ambrose Flux Dundas. Queen meets Lady Dundas (shake hands) and their daughter. TV. Pan with Royal car along Douglas promenade, crowds cheering. SV. Towards escort of TT motorcyclists conducting Royal car. GV. Crowds outside Castle Rushen in Castletown, showing Queen the first's clock on wall behind them. CU. Notice on wall "To Queen Elizabeth's Clock A.D. 1597" SCU. Mechanism of clock. SCU. Queen with gentlemen winds clock and looks with interest into the works. SCU. Clock face on castle wall.


    GV. Royal Yacht at Cairnryan. SCU. Queen, Prince Charles, Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne, looking over side of ship. GV. Royal yacht nearing quayside. SCU. Princess Anne and Prince Charles with the two sailor "uncles" looking over side of yacht. CU. Duke's mother Princess Andrew of Greece, in nun's habit (looks very strange) leaning over side. CU. Two sailor "uncles" with Princess Anne and Prince Charles. SV. Pan with Queen and Prince Philip as they walk down gangway onto quayside and are greeted by Lord Lieutenant of Wigtownshire, Colonel the Earl of Stair. SCU. Queen shaking hands with other VIP's as the Lord Lieutenant introduces them. CU. Prince Charles slaps "uncle's" arm to attract his attention to something below - he then points at whatever it is, pan over to include Princess Anne and another "uncle".

    GV. Quayside with Royal yacht in background. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip drive off in Royal car. SV. Royal children watching car drive away. SV. Towards, Queen at the Stranrear Agriculture Show shaking hands with elderly farm people, & CU. SV. Towards, Highland cattle parading in main ring. CU. Queen and Duke - Queen is holding a silver teapot (prize) and talking to man with bull. CU. Queen and Duke in Land Rover waving to crowds. GV. Towards, Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in Land Rover waving to crowds. GV. Towards, Queen and Duke in Land Rover driving between cheering crowds. SCU. Queen and Duke and Royal children on quayside before re-embarking. SV. Duke making a gesture towards Prince Charles to get aboard - Prince Charles stops, smiles, and brushes hair from forehead. Still doing it, he starts up gangplank and stumbles - gets up, grins and proceeds up gangplank. SCU. Prince Charles and Princess Anne going up gangplank followed by Princess Margaret. SCU. Prince Michael of Kent going up gangplank. SCU. Princess Anne, Princess Margaret, and Prince Charles on board. Children wave. Queen waving. SV. Children with sailors in background, waving from deck.

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