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Despite being the United Kingdom's monarch, Queen Elizabeth II has traveled via public transport.
On Tuesday, she visited the Elizabeth line, London's new Crossrail service that's named after her.
From long-distance train journeys to short bus rides, the Queen has traveled on many other routes.
Queen Elizabeth may be the monarch of the United Kingdom, but that doesn't mean she won't take the bus like a regular citizen.
She traveled by bus to an engagement at the Medical Research Council in Cambridge back in 2013.
She's also partial to the London Underground.
Her Majesty visited Baker Street Tube station in 2013 to mark London Underground's 150th anniversary.
She used the Victoria Line after its official opening in 1969.
She also traveled by Tube from Baker Street while marking the 150th anniversary of the London Underground's first opening.
Both the Queen and Prince Philip have been known to travel by train over the years.
The couple was accompanied by Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, on a service from London to Tweedbank in 2015.
The Queen has been known to even bring her pet corgis along every now and again.
Meghan Markle also got to experience what it was like to travel with the Queen. In 2018, they took an overnight train to Cheshire before attending their first joint engagement together the next morning.
The Queen and Prince Philip traveled by steam train from Coleraine Railway Station to Bellarena Railway Station, Northern Ireland, in June 2016.
To mark the opening of the Elizabeth Line, London's high-speed Crossrail named after the monarch, she learned how to add money to an Oyster travel card at London's Paddington station.
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