THE Queen now has a little piece of Oswestry with her after she was presented with a picture that was framed by a town centre business.

Her Majesty was presented with a picture of the Royal train as she made her annual summer trip to Scotland last month.

DB Cargo UK, who operate the train, wanted to presented the picture to her and they commissioned Oswestry Framing, based on Leg Street, to frame it.

A spokesman from the Oswestry Framing said: "It was such an honour for us to get that request from the company.

"We have a few famous customers, but we usually have to be quiet, but she is the most famous one!"

The Queen was presented with the picture during a short stop as she travelled overnight on the Royal train on her way to Edinburgh, where she stayed at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

While there, the Queen and her family carried out a series of public duties and royal events.

Alongside her youngest son, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, she started out the week with the traditional ceremony opening the Royal Family's Holyrood.

This was only confirmed the Monday before the trip as Her Majesty has recently cut back from engagements and was last seen at the Platinum Jubilee.

During the opening ceremony she was handed the keys to the city by the Lord Provost, but after she had to return them to the Edinburgh's elected officials.

She is expected to spend the remainder of the summer at her Scottish residence in Balmoral.