The crowds which had gathered for Margaret Thatcher's funeral were quiet in reflection and warm with their applause.
Tens of thousands commemorated her life while only a handful along the route condemned it.
ITV News correspondent Nina Nannar spoke to the people who lined the route of her final journey:
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