SCOTLAND: Homecoming

Kilts, tam o' shanters and tartans flooded Edinburgh with color one day last week. Doughty Scots by the hundreds had climbed out of bed before it was light and flocked into the streets to see a unique pageant—the state arrival of the first Scottish Queen to sit on the British Throne.

Into the flag-decked station rolled the royal train. King George in the dress uniform of Admiral of the Fleet, with the green ribbon of the Order of the Thistle, stepped out followed by Queen Elizabeth in forget-me-not blue, his two excited little daughters....

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