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Even on the Royal Train, after a full day's engagements, she spends an hour or two working on her 'boxes'.
These are the red cases that go with her wherever she is in the world, containing official documents from Government departments, both in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, that have to be read and initialled.
There are double doors on both sides of the carriage so that the Queen can disembark in style.
Charles has monogrammed stationery on his desk The Duke's carriage Prince Philip uses the train as a mobile office and his saloon has one extra piece of equipment that The Queen's does not possess: an all-electric kitchen that can provide meals for up to a dozen people.
This is because Prince Philip often uses the train on his own, and the kitchen means he doesn't have to take the entire train.
In fact the name is applied whenever a set of rail carriages and locomotives is used by the Royal Family, and the same number of coaches is not used every time.
The walls of the Queen's apartments are adorned with paintings of Scottish landscapes by the artist Roy Penny and there are also prints of earlier Royal Train journeys.
The saloon is restful and very quiet, owing to the thick carpets.
The body-shell of the Queen's saloon is 75ft long and fitted with secondary air suspension giving passengers an exceptionally smooth and comfortable ride.
It has a bedroom, decorated in light pastel shades, with a 3ft-wide single bed in one corner (there are no double beds on the Royal Train) made up with cotton sheets and woollen blankets.