Thousands of mourners have gathered in London to honor the Queen’s memory. Manchester appears deserted as the country mourns the Queen on her state funeral.
Thousands of mourners have gathered in London to mourn Queen Elizabeth II’s death during her state funeral.
The solemn occasion has left Greater Manchester’s streets and roads quiet and empty, creating an eerie atmosphere as the country comes together to honor the late monarch’s memory. Members of the royal family will join a crowd of 2,000 people today to watch the Queen’s coffin make its final journey from Westminster.
Manchester Evening News reporters went across the city on today’s bank holiday to capture the emptiness and stillness of the city during Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral.
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