The Duke Visits Carlisle (1958)
Full title reads: "The Duke Visits Carlisle".
SV Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh alighting from the royal train at Carlisle, he walks over and shakes hands with the Lord Lt. of Cumberland, Sir Robert Chance and then shakes hands with another official. CU Duke shaking hands with official. SV Duke walking away from the station alone. SV Crowds. SV Mayor, Chancellor Irving Burrow handing the Duke the loyal address. The Duke reads the Queen's speech. SV Councillors and officials. SV Miss Pauline Farish presenting bouquet, she curtsies. SV Historical procession being led by a man bearing banner headed "Hadrian and the Romans". Procession with men mounted on horses. SV Procession of men on horseback. CU Children in crowd. GV More of the procession with girls dancing in front and some people carrying sedan chair and they are followed by more dancers and some people carrying a maypole. GV Crowds. GV Soldiers in period dress. CU Officials watching. GV Duke in open car. GV Crowds lining the street. GV Duke walking with the Mayor towards the cathedral. SV Crowds. CU Duke talking to the Dean of Carlisle, they start to walk into the cathedral. GV Cathedral with crowds outside. SV Duke and Dean out of cathedral and the Duke goes over to another church official. CU Women. GV Duke walking with councillor on their way to the Crown and Mitre Hotel for lunch. SV Elevated shot of massed crowds. SV Duke and Mayor entering Hotel. GV Crowds gathered round the hotel. CU Duke on balcony waving to the crowds. CU Women, some of them waving. LV In Bitts Park where a children's rally is being held showing a Land Rover in which the Duke and the Mayor are travelling coming towards camera with children on both sides waving. SV Duke and Mayor in landrover with Duke waving to the crowds. SV Masses of children waving flags. GV Landrover coming towards camera, Duke waving to children, camera pans with car. CU Small children watching. GV Land Rover coming towards camera, children waving on either side and Duke waving. back. CU Children waving. CU Duke saying goodbye to the Mayor.
(Rota Lav.) Special Item for Carlisle.
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