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Tuesday, 9 April, 2002, 06:06 GMT 07:06 UK
In Pictures: Crowds camp out
Crowds wanting to secure the best view for the Queen Mother's funeral procession on Tuesday are camping outside Westminster Abbey.

Margaret Mallorie from Yorkshire, England, (left) and Jane Casey from San Francisco, USA
Visitors from overseas were among the crowds as many people joined in the last night of the wait

A Salvation Army stall opposite Westminster Abbey
The Salvation Army helped to ease the hunger and cold with food and hot drinks

People are already camped outside Westminster Abbey
Hundreds of people are camping outside Westminster Abbey ahead of Tuesday's funeral service

Woman in bubble wrap to keep warm
Only hours to go, but Monday night was very cold

Queen Mother fans camping outside Westminster Abbey
Some die-hard supporters arrived as early as Sunday night to reserve the best view

Queen Mother fans spending two nights camping out ahead of her funeral
Terry Audley from St Ives, Cornwall (left) and Sandra Lister from Brightlingsea, Essex join the crowds

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