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According to Operation London Bridge, Sunday 11 September marks D-Day +2 or D+2 in the plan for the aftermath of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Her coffin, which currently rests in Balmoral, will soon embark on a six-hour journey to Edinburgh, with several stops along the day.

The mourning period will end with the state funeral, which takes place on Monday 19 September and will be a national bank holiday.

Where is the Queen’s coffin going today?

The Queen’s coffin left Balmoral at 10am and will pass Ballater in Aberdeenshire along the A93 twelve minutes later at 10.12am.

The cortege will then arrive at 11 am in Aberdeen via the A93, where the Lord Provost of Aberdeen, in his role as Lord-Lieutenant, will lead a tribute at Duthie Park.

The cortege will then travel south along the A90 to Dundee, where it arrives at 2pm. Members of the public are invited to pay their respects in safe standing areas along the A90 Forfar Road and Kingsway.

The cortege will then head to Edinburgh at 4pm, where First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other party leaders in Scotland are expected to observe the coffin as it goes past the Scottish parliament.

All the pavements along the route from the north of the city to the Scottish parliament will be lined with barriers to allow the public to view from there.

From there, the coffin will be taken into the Palace of Holyroodhouse, where it will remain for the night.

Route of Queen’s coffin from Balmoral to Edinburgh. See story DEATH Queen. Infographic PA Graphics. An editable version of this graphic is available if required. Please contact graphics@pamediagroup.com.

What time will the procession be?

It is understood a Ceremony of the Keys will take place at Holyroodhouse before the solemn procession sets off from there at around 2.30pm.

It will travel up the Royal Mile to St Giles’ Cathedral for a service expected to last about an hour.

Crowds are expected to line the street as the procession passes, and a series of road closures in the Capital have already been announced.

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What roads will be closed?

In Edinburgh, the final stop of the cortege’s journey, several roads will be closed to allow for the coffin’s procession.

Closed roads in Edinburgh:

  • Blackfriars Street
  • Castle Terrace
  • Chambers Street
  • Carrington Road at Crewe Road South
  • Carrington Road at East Fettes Avenue
  • Fettes Avenue
  • Queens Drive – east of the roundabout (Holyrood Gait entrance)
  • Holyrood Park entrance at Meadowbank Terrace
  • East Market Street at Junction with Jeffrey Street
  • New Street, south of the entrance to Waverley Car Park
  • Old Tollboth Wynd
  • Calton Road at Abbeyhill Crescent and Leith Street
  • Abbeyhill at Abbeyhill Crescent
  • Abbeyhill at abbey Lane
  • Abbey Mount at Regent Road
  • Canongate at St Mary Street / Jeffrey Street
  • High Street at George IV / The Mound
  • High Street at Cockburn Street
  • St Giles Street at North Bank Street
  • Johnston Terrace
  • Lawnmarket
  • Nicolson Street (northbound only) at West Nicholson Street
  • Niddry Street
  • Queen’s Drive – east of the roundabout (Holyrood Gait entrance)

Police Scotland Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Graham said: “If you are attending to view the Queen’s cortege, please do not leave your vehicle at the side of the road as this poses a risk to public safety. Please only park in designated areas and follow the directions of stewards and police officers.

“We would also urge people not to stand in unsafe areas and to keep off the carriageway at all times. There will be rolling road closures along the route.”

Traffic Scotland operator manager Stein Connelly added: “ “Every effort will be made to minimise disruption to the travelling public, but significant delays are expected. Please plan ahead and use public transport where possible. If you absolutely have to travel by car, allow extra time and only park within designated areas.

Map of the Queen’s route across Scotland today as her coffin travels from Balmoral to Edinburgh

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