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Tuesday, 2 April, 2002, 15:16 GMT 16:16 UK
In pictures: Queen Mother's journey
Hundreds of mourners turned out to pay their respects as the Queen Mother's coffin passed through the streets of London.

It was transported to St James's Palace from Windsor Castle, where she died peacefully in her sleep on Saturday.

Queen Mother's coffin being carried
The Queen Mother's coffin was carried out of the Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park

view of coffin in hearse
Draped in her standard, it was placed inside a hearse

The Queens piper Jim Motherwell
The Queens piper Jim Motherwell played ahead of the cortege

Hearse travelling with police escort
A police escort accompanied the car on its journey to the Queens Chapel at St James's Palace in London
Crowd outside Buckingham Palace
Hundreds of mourners gathered outside Buckingham Palace

Hearse passing Buckingham Palace
Some bowed their heads and others applauded as the cortege passed

Buckingham Palace staff
Members of the staff at Buckingham Palace stood outside and watched

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