The Queen's Colour Squadron from Northolt brought Liverpool Street to a standstill on Friday (June 10) to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th birthday.
The 24-man Royal Air Force (RAF) squadron performed their continuity drill for The Queen's birthday as onlookers took photos.
Liverpool Street was chosen because it is located on the newly named Elizabeth Line.
The Queen's Colour Squadron, based at RAF Northolt, West End Road, is the RAF's only dedicated ceremonial unit and is run by officers and airmen of the RAF regiment.
A salute in the shape of a "90" finished off the drill.
On other occasions the squadron has provided Guards of Honour, has visited royalty, heads of state and dignitaries.
Transport for London (TfL) made the announcement in February that the new London Crossrail service was to be named the Elizabeth Line in honour of Her Majesty.