The Queen visits the Kyhber Pass in the North West Frontier of Pakistan
Queen visits North West Frontier.
Various shots of men and women leading camels carrying supplies across the Khyber Pass. M/Ss of plaques built into the side of cliffs dedicated to the memory of British soldiers who died during the three Afghan wars. L/Ss Queen Elizabeth II's car being driven along bendy road. L/S sign reading 'Shagai' fort of the Khyber Pass Rifles. M/S of tribesmen walking towards camera with sheep for presentation.
L/S Queen's car arriving in front of the "Malaks" chiefs. M/S Pan along the line of Malaks. L/S Queen standing in front of Malaks. C/U Malaks. L/S Queen walking along line of Malaks. M/S Line of Malaks. C/U Malak pan to another Malak. L/S Queen walking along line. C/U Armed Malaks with revolvers and bandoleers. C/U Bandoleer pan down to revolver in holster. C/U Queen and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) looking at sheep. C/U Queen being explained regards touching of sheep. M/S Queen touches sheep.
Various shots of the Queen and Duke walking with the Malaks along the pass. M/Ss of Queen talking to Brigadier Rakhamangul.
For more colour footage of the Queen on tour in India, see the documentary 'The Royal Tour of India' on Pathe Master Tape *PM1205*.