Scotland Welcomes The Queen 1953

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    Queen Elizabeth arrives for a service of thanks giving at St Giles Cathedral, Scotland.

    Lord Provost and officials awaiting Queen de-training at Edinburgh station. GV. Lord Provost (Sir James Miller) and officials awaiting Queen de-training at Edinburgh SV. Pan Queen alights, stands before Lord Provost who reads key ceremony speech. SV. Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) looking on.

    SV. Provost hands Queen keys. LV. Crowd. Royal landau escorted by Household Cavalry en route to Holyrood house. SV. Pan, Queen and Duke waving from carriage. LV. Crowd waving. LV. Royal carriage arriving at Holyrood house. LV. Crowd. SV. Carriage stopping outside Holyrood house. MV. Standard bearer etc.

    Household Cavalry. SV. Queen walks forward to and inspects Cavalry. SV. Queen walks forward to and inspects Guard of Honour. LV. Queen inspecting Guard of Honour. LV. Cavalry. SV. Queen walks forward and pats Regimental mascot. GV. Edinburgh. GV. Edinburgh Castle GV. Procession marching down Princes Street. LV. Top view, massed pipers marching down Princess Street. GV. Gardens. LV.

    Elevated, peers in open landaus carrying Scottish honours. TV. Crowd, pan to Queen and Duke in landau. LV. Royal landau turning corner. SV. Massed pipers turning corner. SV. People waving. Queen and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) waving pan to B.V. A.S. St. Giles. LV. Peers in procession. & SV. TV. Guard of Honour outside Cathedral.

    SV. Royal Landau arrives at Cathedral. SV. Duke of Hamilton holding crown on steps of Cathedral, SV. Queen and Duke talking to clergy on steps of Cathedral. CU. Pan, crown being carried. SV. Duke and Queen walking up steps of Cathedral.

    GV. Procession towards altar inside Cathedral. & SV. LV. Through pillars procession towards altar inside Cathedral. LV. Back view, Queen and Duke approaching altar. SV. Congregation. LV. Queen and Duke standing in Royal Pew. & SV. SV. Pan, clergy placing crown on altar. LV. Queen and Duke walking towards altar. & GV. Back view SV. Duke and Queen arriving at altar for blessing.

    SV. Queen and Duke being blessed. SV. Scottish Honours on altar National Anthem. CU. Crown on altar. GV. Back view Duke and Queen standing at altar & LV. SV. Queen and Duke stands before clergyman. MV. Pan, clergyman carrying sword from altar and presenting to the Queen. Queen hands sword to peer.

    SV. Queen and Duke. SV. Crown being lifted from altar by clergyman. Pan as crown is carried towards Queen and presents it. The Duke of Hamilton walks forward takes it from Queen. SV. Flag hanging from Cathedral LV. Towards Queen and Duke preceded by regalia walking down aisle of Cathedral. & SV. SV. Crowd. SV. Queen and Duke descending steps outside Cathedral GV. Queen and Duke entering carriage. GV. Crowd. SV. Queen and Duke drive away waving to crowd.

    SV. Queue waiting to enter Holyrood House. MV. People entering by East Gate. LV. Elevated, Duke preceded by Archers walking through guests. & SV. SV. Woman guest. SV. Pan, Queen walking amongst guests GV. LV. Elevated, Queen talking to guests. SV. Queen walking to Archer officer and talking to Archers. SV. Queen shaking hands with Colonial women. GV. Garden party.

    GV. Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) driving into and round Hamden Park Stadium. SV.Children cheering. LV. Queen and Duke alighting. Kilted G.O.H. on rear. SV. Queen being greeted. SV. Kids cheering. SV. Queen and Duke being shown to seat in Royal Box. SV. Women marching on to ground. GV. Crowd. GV. Children forming crown. SV. Pan Queen and Duke leave past cheering kids (Duke claps kids.)

    GV. Queen and Duke arriving at Scottish Vets. Village Queen with Lord Rosebery Duke with Sir Alex King. SV. Pan Queen and Duke. SV. Queen being presented with bouquet. STV. Queen inspecting veterans. & SCU. GV. Royal couple looking at cottages. SV. Pan Royal Couple chatting with tenants. SV. Towards Duke waving as he walks along road with Sir Alex King SCU. Queen walking along road.

    GV. Crowd in front of Glasgow City Chambers. STV. Crowd cheering. STV. Royals being greeted by Lord Provost. LV. Crowd being forced back by police. & STV. LV. Queen inspects G.O.H. & SV. Pan SCU. Pan another shot. SV. Queen inspecting Crowd surge forward SV. Police struggling with crowd.

    SV. Queen walking back after inspection. GV. Mounted Police in crowd. SCU. Bandsmen and police mixed up with crowd. SV. Royals wave from balcony. TV. Pan waving crowd. SV. Royals wave from balcony.

    (Orig "D" Uncut Neg E.R.V.Y. Title Scene "U")

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    29/06/1953
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    28575
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    94.18
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:09:27:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:46:27:00 / 01:55:54:00
    Canister:
    53/48 (Special)
    Sort Number:
    53/048
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