Royalty archive collection

Royalty archive collection

View a collection of clips from Royal Tours of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1949 and 1955.

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HRH Duke of Edinburgh, University of Wales Bangor, 1949

1949 Royal Tour of Wales: The Duke in Bangor

May 1949

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh is installed as Chancellor of the University of Wales at Bangor.

Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II, 1955

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Brecon

6 August, 1955

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Brecon, and Newton Park on the first day of the 1955 royal tour.

Quenn Elizabeth II in Neyland

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Haverford West / Neyland

6 August, 1955

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh drive through cheering crowds and a Royal Navy Guard.

Royals at Pembroke Castle

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Pembroke Castle

8 August, 1955

The 1955 Royal tour of Wales concluded with a visit to Pembroke Castle.

Pony

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Brecknock Agricultural Show

August 1955

In this short clip, the Queen meets a white pony called - Owain Glyndŵr.

Queen Elizabeth II in St Davids

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: St Davids

7 August, 1955

Following a service at St Davids Cathedral, the royal couple meet the St David's lifeboat crew on the second day of their tour.

The Quuen unveils a plaque in 1955

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Usk Reservoir

6 August, 1955

The royal couple visit the newly constructed Usk Reservoir near Llandovery.

Queen Elizabeth II in 1955

1955 Royal Tour of Wales: Aberystwth

8 August, 1955

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Aberystwyth on the third day of the 1955 royal tour.


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