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Queen Elizabeth II mourners travelling to Windsor Castle face rail disruption 

The queen’s coffin is due to be driven to Windsor, where she will be buried alongside her late husband, Prince Philip.

• September 19, 2022

Trains travelling from London to Windsor, where Queen Elizabeth will be buried later on Monday, were badly disrupted by technical problems, straining the public transport system as tens of thousands travel around the capital to watch her funeral.

Great Western Railway (GWR) said all lines between Paddington and key connection point Reading were blocked, advising passengers to take an alternative route to Windsor. This town is home to the Windsor Castle royal residence.

The queen’s coffin is due to be driven to Windsor, where she will be buried alongside her late husband, Prince Philip, in a small chapel in a private ceremony after the funeral.

Large crowds are out throughout the town. 


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