In detail: Baroness Thatcher arrives at St Paul's

The moment the coffin of Baroness Thatcher was carried into St Paul's Cathedral, following its procession through the streets of London on a gun carriage. Explore the image by zooming in to see more detail.

Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

The 1st Battalion Welsh Guards form a Guard of Honour in the square in front of St Paul's. The steps of the Cathedral are lined by Chelsea Pensioners and eighteen service personnel from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, the Blues and Royals, Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, and Royal Air Force. On the far side of the square the Welsh Guards Band stand to attention.

Churchill's funeral

Compare today's image to the one below of the state funeral of Winston Churchill on the steps of St Paul's in 1965.

State funeral of Winston Churchill

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