For the thirty-somthingth time, the English Civil War society travelled down to London to march in memory of King Charles I and once again lay a wreath on the spot of his execution at Banqueting House.
A slow sombre beating of the drums marked the march past on horse and foot, accompanied by civilians in contemporary costume.
Again, one of the more spectacular sights of the calendar passed by marked mainly by tourists who happened to be in the right place at the right time and not enough local Londoners. Maybe one year it will have the streets packed as they should be.
At Horsguards, they formed up to hand out awards for long service, and a religious service to remember the executed King. A small group then passed through Horseguards to lay a wreath at Banqueting House.
A second earlier wreath was also placed on the statue of King Charles I in Trafalgar Square. The statue sits facing the Parliament that executed him, and on the location of the original Charing Cross.