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English: The official opening of the Falkirk Wheel on Friday 24th May 2002. Queen Elizabeth II (in the green coat and hat) tours the site with The Duke of Edinburgh visible behind in a light raincoat. The First Minister, Jack McConnell, can be seen with his hand on the rail.
Date Taken 24 May 2002
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