There were many British authorities preceeding the Indian Princes in the Main Procession. On horse, the Viceroy's escorts and body guards, Police chief, squadrons of the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, the Heralds (1 drummer and 12 trumpeters) and the Imperial Cadets
The Dragoons at the end of Chadni Chawk. Check at the back the clock tower and the 2 lines of flags that ornamented the street in front of the Town Hall
The Guard and authorities in front of the Station
The Heralds, at the end of Chadni Chawk
Last cavalry before the elephants: The Imperial Cadets
Going from Queen's rd to Elgin rd
Turning from Khas rd to begin their march around the Jumma Masjid
Same spot, from the other side of the street. This is one of Gertrude Bell's photos.
South side of the Jumma
Next, the elephants before the Indian Princes
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Preceeding the Main Procession
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