Queen Elizabeth II's final resting place goes through Scotland on the way to London

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A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

The Queen's coffin will make a six-hour journey from Balmoral Castle to Scotland's capital Edinburgh before it travels to London early next week.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

The convoy carrying the Queen began slowly snaking through the hills and forests of the Scottish highlands. The route takes her through villages and towns which are expected to be lined by her subjects.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

It will drive more than 100 miles to the south in Scotland's capital, Edinburgh, at the royal Palace of Holyroodhouse.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

On Monday, she'll be conveyed from the palace to nearby St. Giles Cathedral, to lie at rest, before being flown to London on Tuesday.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

Queen Elizabeth II’s final journey has begun with mourners watching on as her coffin is transported through Scotland, making its way to Edinburgh.


A cortege carrying Queen Elizabeth II's coffin left her estate in northern Scotland on Sunday morning, on the way to Edinburgh.

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