llustrated in the postcard in the middleground is a stone marker with a black railing around it, it is describing the gun carriage that conveyed the body of Queen Victoria from Windsor Railway Station to St. George's Chapel in 1901. The carriage sits on a raised platform that could be of cement. There is a railing around it and to the left are three archways through which people could come to view the carriage.
*Printed on the front in black ink: "Tower of London."/ "Gun Carriage" On which the body of Queen Victoria was conveyed from Windsor Railway Station to St. George's Chapel, 2nd February, 1901.
*Printed on the back in brown ink: Post Card (between the two words is a round circle with G P in the middle)./ (For Address Only.)/ Gale & Polden/ Nelson Works/Portsmouth/ Printers