Special - The Royal Tour 1955

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    Scotland, various.


    LV. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh stepping out of car at Municipal Chambers, Falkirk, being met by Provost. CU. Car stopping at Chambers. Duke and Queen stepping out and shaking hands with Provost. CU. Children. SCU. Queen walking towards officer to inspect Guard of Honour. CU. Queen walking and inspecting Guard of Honour. TLV. Queen inspecting Guard of Honour. SCU. Spectators with police with dogs in front. SLV. Queen inspecting Rear Rank of Guard of Honour, walking towards camera. CU. Queen inspecting Guard of Honour. CU. Spectators with police and dogs. CU. Queen leaving chambers with Provost and waving to crowd. GV. Regal Cinema, crowds lining the route. CU. ABC banner. Regal minors welcome her Majesty the Queen, pan to children. SCU. Children outside Regal cinema. CU. Kids waving flags.


    CU. Prince Philip and Queen on balcony at Grangemouth Town hall, they are waving. SCU. Crowd waving. CU. Duke on balcony bending to talk to young trumpeter.


    Linlithgow Town hall, & CU. and pan. SCU. Queen and Duke meeting VIP's. GV. People. SLV. Children lining the route. CU. Police dogs. GV. Royal party walking to Linlithgow Palace preceded by Royal Archers. BV. Party walking through arch. CU. Standard flying. SLV. Royal party leaving Linlithgow Palace. GV. Brownies, young sailors, sea scouts lining route.


    GV. Queen Elizabeth II on dais at Whitburn. CU. Queen signing book. CU. Kiddies. CU. Duke of Edinburgh and Queen shaking hands with the Gala Queen, 11 year old Sandra Wood, & CU. Duke talking to Gala Queen.


    GV. St. Giles Cathedral. CU. Knights of the Thistle walking including Lord Bilsland and Earl of Crawford who are to be installed. Page to Queen is 12 year old Lord James Douglas-Hamilton. CU. Royal Archers at the salute. CU. Prince Philip and Queen walking into the cathedral. SCU. Crowd. CU. Queen and Duke entering the cathedral. GV. Holyrood House forecourt, massed pipe bands marching. SLV. Massed bands marching. SCU. Pipers marching past camera. GV. Crowds in grounds. LV. Dancers. CU. Highland dancers. CU. Queen and Duke watch from the window of Holyrood House. CU. Dancers. Pan up to Queen and Duke. LV. Dancers on dais waiting for the Queen. Queen walking to dais. SLV. Queen talking to dancers. CU. Queen shaking hands with one of the dancers. SCU. Queen walking from dancers. LV. Queen on dais. SCU. Queen and Duke waving to crowds. They turn and walk away.

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    01:18:00:00 / 01:22:42:00
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    Palace - Royal Tour The Queen's UK visits Royals in Scotland
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