HM TheQueen in Lancaster - May 2015 (As the Duke of Lancaster)








The Royal Train at Lancaster Railway Station



The Queen, as the Duke of Lancaster, visited the Town on 
May 29th 2015.

From her arrival at the Railway Station by Royal Train (where two lucky children were brought out of the crowd), she made her way to Lancaster Castle.  Crowds turned out in their hundreds to see her, many with flowers, but sadly they only saw her from a distance or in her rain-covered Range Rover!!!

Photographs Copyright of: Paul Ratcliffe

Queen SLOUGH June 2002 Golden Jubilee












The Queen started the National events to mark her Golden Jubilee by visiting Slough.  After a walkabout down the High Street, she watched a 250 strong choir singing The Beatles classic, 
'All you need is Love' 
part of the BBC Music Live event.

Photographs Copyright of: Paul Ratcliffe

HRH Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - LIVERPOOL February 2012













The Duchess of Cambridge on her visit to 
Alder Hey Children's Hospital, 
Liverpool on St Valentines Day 2012.

Photographs NOT for reproduction..

Copyright of: Paul Ratcliffe

Queen and Duke of Edinburgh BIRMINGHAM July 2002 Golden Jubilee Tour

















On their Golden Jubilee visit to Birmingham in July 2002, 
The Queen and Duke first visited the Millennium Point Science & Learning Centre in the City. Then it was a change of outfit for them to attend a reception and concert at the Symphony Hall.

Photographs Copyright of: Paul Ratcliffe

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall LIVERPOOL May 14th 2015















On their visit to Liverpool (famous for The Beatles), 
The Prince and Duchess came to visit the World Museum for a preview of MAYAS, an exhibiiton of Mexican art. 
With crowds of well-wishers to cheer them.


Photographs Copyright: Paul Ratcliffe



Queen and Prince Philip COVENTRY March 2000














Arriving at Coventry Railway Station in March 2000, 
The Queen and Duke visited the city's Cathedral for a 
Thanksgiving Service and Dedication to commemorate the Home Front during World War II.
Guests included Politcians David Trimble and William Hague and the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr George Carey.

ALL Photographs Copyright of: Paul Ratcliffe