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Tuesday, 9 April, 2002, 08:30 GMT 09:30 UK
In Pictures: Third day of tributes
Thousands of mourners have again been queuing to pay their last respects to the Queen Mother, during the third day of her lying-in-state.

Church services have been held in her memory, and preparations have been made for her funeral service on Tuesday.

Troops practice the parade in front of Big Ben
At dawn, troops practised the 300-yard funeral procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey

Queues snake around the catafalque in Westminster Hall
More than 100,000 people had filed through the hall by Sunday, with queues stretching several miles

Queues of well-wishers along the South Bank of the Thames, with the Houses of Parliament behind
The queues were bigger on Sunday than they had been on Friday or Saturday, with 70,000 waiting at one point

The Duke of York, Princess Beatrice and a member of the public
The Duke of York and his daughters Beatrice and Eugenie turned up to chat to queuers and volunteers

The congregation at St Paul's, with a collage of Queen Mother photos in the foreground
A special service of commemoration at St Paul's gave thanks for the Queen Mother's "zest for life"

Choirboys in the uniform of Westminster School
Boys from Westminster School Choir rehearsed in Westminster Abbey for Tuesday's funeral service

Two Yeoman of the Guard, with the draped coffin in the background
Yeoman of the Guard replaced the Welsh Guards to stand vigil over the Queen Mother's coffin

Members of the public inside Westminster Hall
Police praised the crowds as being quiet, polite, respectful and a pleasure to deal with

Woman weeps inside Westminster Hall
Some of those paying tribute were visibly moved, while all said the long wait was worthwhile

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