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Thousands of people across Ealing line the A40 to show respect to Queen Elizabeth II on her final journey

Residents in their thousands across Ealing came together on the A40 to show their respect to Queen Elizabeth II as her coffin was being driven from arriving at RAF Northolt to Buckingham Palace yesterday evening (13 September 2022).

Along the route from Northolt, the convoy of vehicles which accompanied Her Majesty went through Greenford, Perivale, Ealing, Acton and proceeded to its Royal destination.

In a tweet, former leader of Ealing Council, Julian Bell said: “Thousands say a sad farewell to #QueenElizabethII at Gypsy Corner on the A40.”

Current leader of Ealing Council, Councillor Peter Mason tweeted: “Remarkable and moving to see people in Northolt, Greenford, Ealing, Acton and beyond gather along the A40 in their thousands to honour and give dignity to a familiar journey Her Majesty will have travelled, on countless occasions, for the final time.”

Councillor Gregory Stafford for Hanger Hill tweeted: “Honoured to be able to pay my respects to HM Queen Elizabeth as her body passed through my ward of #HangerHill #Ealing. Enormous crowds of local people and visitors coming together to share memories and thoughts on this remarkable lady and to mark this moment in our history.”

Councillor Aysha Raza for Central Greenford tweeted: “Crowds 5 deep along the A40 at #Greenford to pay their respects. #QueenElizabethII

Councillor Rima Baaklini for Pitshanger tweeted: “The moment when HM Queen Elizabeth’s coffin passes the A40 Hanger-lane #Respect”

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