Queen Elizabeth II & the Duke of Edinburgh in Bury St Edmunds
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh chat while seated during a musical performance in the Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds during her Golden Jubilee visit to Suffolk. *09/10/03: The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, was launching a set of revamped train carriages in a visit to London's Kings Cross Station. Great North Eastern Railway has invested 30 million in the refit of all 302 passenger car interiors in their electric 225 fleet. Extra legroom for passengers in standard accommodation, seats with better back support, fresh coffee-making facilities and electric power sockets for laptops are among the improvements.
Buildings and Landmarks - Humber Bridge
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh after the Queen had declared the new Humber Bridge formally open. It actually opened to traffic 22 days earlier. The Queen and Duke then drove across the 91 million structure, the world's longest suspension bridge, from the Hull to the Grimsby side.
Queen - Opening City Hall
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, against a backdrop of the Tower of London during a visit, to open City Hall, which houses the London Assembly, on the south bank of the Thames, close to Tower Bridge. * The stunning building, designed by Foster and Partners, and constructed by Arup & Partners, has an assembly chamber, committee rooms and public facilities, together with offices for the Mayor, London Assembly Members and staff of the Greater London Authority. It provides 185, 000 sq ft (gross) of space onten levels that can accommodate 440 staff and members.
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