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UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL4J 
September 28, 2022 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station, amid Russia's... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL4I 
September 28, 2022 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL3A 
September 28, 2022 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
A worker stands near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL36 
September 28, 2022 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station, amid Russia's... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
Ukrainian firefighter works at destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL34 
September 28, 2022 
A destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station is seen, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine,... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
A destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station is seen in Kharkiv 
A destroyed by Russian military strike freight railway station is seen, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL33 
September 28, 2022 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL37 
September 28, 2022 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
A worker is seen near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL35 
September 28, 2022 
Destroyed by Russian military strike train cars are seen at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Destroyed by Russian military strike train cars are seen at freight railway station in Kharkiv 
Destroyed by Russian military strike train cars are seen at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL39 
September 28, 2022 
Workers stand near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Workers stand near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station in Kharkiv... 
Workers stand near destroyed by Russian military strike train cars at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV
RTSBLL38 
September 28, 2022 
Workers repair damage after Russian military strike at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack... 
Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Workers repair damage after Russian military strike at freight railway station in Kharkiv 
Workers repair damage after Russian military strike at freight railway station, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv, Ukraine September 28, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ENERGY
RTSBLNVR 
September 23, 2022 
A gas pipeline valve station damaged by a shelling is seen near Balakliia, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine... 
BALAKLIIA, Ukraine 
A gas pipeline valve station damaged by a shelling is seen near Balakliia 
A gas pipeline valve station damaged by a shelling is seen near Balakliia, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 23, 2022. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/REFERENDUMS
RTSBG2AN 
September 22, 2022 
Head of the central electoral commission of the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's republic Vladimir Vysotsky... 
Donetsk, Ukraine 
Head of the central electoral commission of the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's republic Vladimir Vysotsky... 
Head of the central electoral commission of the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's republic Vladimir Vysotsky visits a polling station ahead of the planned referendum on the joining of the Donetsk people's republic to Russia, in Donetsk, Ukraine September 22, 2022. REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/REFERENDUMS
RTSBG253 
September 22, 2022 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic stands guard at a polling station ahead... 
Donetsk, Ukraine 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic stands guard at a polling station ahead... 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic stands guard at a polling station ahead of the planned referendum on the joining of the Donetsk people's republic to Russia, in Donetsk, Ukraine September 22, 2022. REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/REFERENDUMS
RTSBG21I 
September 22, 2022 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic walks past a banner on the doors of... 
Donetsk, Ukraine 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic walks past a polling station ahead... 
A service member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic walks past a banner on the doors of a polling station ahead of the planned referendum on the joining of the Donetsk people's republic to Russia, in Donetsk, Ukraine September 22, 2022. The banner reads: "District сommission of referendum no. 17008". REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/IZIUM
RTSBE6V1 
September 20, 2022 
A damaged Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) is seen at a destroyed gas station, as Russia's attack... 
IZIUM, Ukraine 
A damaged Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) stand at a destroyed gustation in the town of Izium... 
A damaged Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) is seen at a destroyed gas station, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 20, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER-IZIUM
RTSBES8H 
September 19, 2022 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his... 
IZIUM, Ukraine 
Local resident Glushko speaks with Reuters in recently liberated town of Izium 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his hometown of Izium jailed by Russian soldiers in the dank ruins of a police station where he was tortured with electric wires, speaks with Reuters in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 19, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER-IZIUM
RTSBES8J 
September 19, 2022 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his... 
IZIUM, Ukraine 
Local resident Glushko speaks with Reuters in recently liberated town of Izium 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his hometown of Izium jailed by Russian soldiers in the dank ruins of a police station where he was tortured with electric wires, shows how he was tortured as he speaks with Reuters, in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 19, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER-IZIUM
RTSBES8D 
September 19, 2022 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his... 
IZIUM, Ukraine 
Local resident Glushko speaks with Reuters in recently liberated town of Izium 
Local resident Alexander Glushko, who says he spent the last fortnight of the Russian occupation of his hometown of Izium jailed by Russian soldiers in the dank ruins of a police station where he was tortured with electric wires, speaks with Reuters, in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 19, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ7 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ6 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ1 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ4 
September 19, 2022 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ3 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ2 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPZ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPX 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPT 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPQ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPP 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPO 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPN 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPM 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPL 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPK 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPJ 
September 19, 2022 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession, as it makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. PO Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession, as it makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Corporal Nanda Atherton, RLC/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Corporal Nanda Atherton, RLC/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK... 
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State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today. This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Paul Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK... 
London, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today. This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Paul Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State Funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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