Procession from Westminster Abbey back towards Palace after Coronation of King George VI.
Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (continued). Procession from Westminster Abbey back to Buckingham Palace, London.
Various shots of procession moving through crowd-lined streets. Procession passes Piccadilly Circus. Colonial and Dominion contingents, Canadian Government marching band. Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. Royal Horse Artillery, Cavalry of the Line. Nice M/S of two men wearing party hats and overcoats, sitting on top of a high 'No Entry' sign. Scots Guard. A man in a smart uniform holds a child up to see the parade. Royal Horse Artillery. Royal Navy. M/S of Royal Standard flying.
At Westminster Abbey we see Duchess of Gloucester (Princess Alice) and Duchess of Kent (Princess Marina) getting into coach, followed by Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret who get into a coach with Queen Mary. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth leave the Abbey in ornate coach. Brief shot of decorated boats on River Thames near Victoria Embankment. Mounties. Schoolchildren cheering. Procession moves up Northumberland Avenue and into Trafalgar Square. Crowds with periscopes.
More shots of the royal carriages moving through Westminster. Queen Mary's coach rounds corner near St James's Palace. Royal coach passes Piccadilly Circus. Procession moves along Regent Street and Oxford Street, under Marble Arch and into Hyde Park. Anzacs and Royal Air Force (RAF) march along, followed by Mounties. RAF band marching through the park. M/S of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin riding past in coach. Duchess of Kent waves from her carriage. More marching bands. Yeoman of the Guard. King's Bargemaster and Watermen. Indian escort. Highland Light Infantry. Territorial Army. Royal Navy. Canadian army. M/S of King and Queen in royal coach. The Duke of Gloucester (Prince Henry) and Duke of Kent (Prince George) follow the King and Queen's coach on horseback. Guards in bearskin hats. Coach carrying Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaught.