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King and Queen descend from their carriage, remove their coats and go into the Cathedral, they then drive through crowds of servicemen who cheer because they do not now have to return to the trenches in France. (clip) 
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Title: SCOTTISH MOVING PICTURE NEWS: (Royal Visit to Edinburgh)
Reference number: 3360
Date: 1918, November
Sponsor: Scottish Moving Picture News
Production company: Green's Film Service
Running time: 4.00 mins
Description: Scottish Moving Picture News. First post - Armistice Royal visit of George V, Queen Mary and the Prince of Wales to Edinburgh, 21 November 1918.
Shotlist: [21 November 1918] We welcome in Love and Loyalty to our Ancient Capital the King, his faithful Consort the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. caption continues 'heralds of a mighty Victory and a Glorious Peace. (0.19) Arrival at St Gile's Cathedral for Thanksgiving Service. (0.22) horse drawn carriage with royal party arrives, they alight and enter the Cathedral.(1.04) c/up crowds (1.21) Arrival at the Usher Hall Gv's same (1.49) The arrival at the City chambers Gv's same (2.22) The drive through the city Gv's carriages and crowds waving and cheering. (3.14) Caledonian Railway locomotive backs out of station. Royal carriages? at platform and backing out(3.55)
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