The arch is outside the Masonic Hall in Lisburn Road, Hillsborough. Along the top are Queen Elizabeth II, King Billy, and Prince Philip. On the sides are a list of the 11 lodges that make up the Hillsborough District (No. 19) (Fb).
“Belfast, Shankill Road the heart of the empire salutes her majesty on 60 glorious years.” [1952-2012]
This is a new three-part installation of boards on Crimea Street for Queen Elizabeth’s diamond (60th) jubilee. For “Ulster To England” see Ulster Girl. On the left are flags of the home nations along with the Royal Standard and Union Flag.
On June 27th, (2012) Martin McGuinness of Sinn Féin and formerly the IRA shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II, head of the UK’s armed forces (Guardian). Derry republicans took to the walls of Derry to express their feelings of betrayal.
This is the arch in My Lady’s Road, with Orange Order symbols (crown, ladder, star) surrounding a painting of King Billy and two small banners of Queen Elizabeth and the 36th Division going over the top, from the East Belfast Historical And Cultural Society and the Lagan Village Cultural Society.
Here is a gallery of 27 images from loyal Mullaghglass, on the outskirts of Newry. In addition to Union Flags, Ulster Banners, and UVF/RHC emblems, we see a number of PAF [Protestant Action Force] emblems, the South Down Defenders flute band, and a portrait of QEII.