A unique free heritage event is taking place in Glenrothes this Saturday offering the chance for the public to travel back in time.
Organised by the Fife branch of educational charity WEA Scotland, the event brings together the history of travel and transport in the Kingdom from across the decades.
A wealth of stalls and displays will show how railways, commercial vehicles and private cars played a vital part of everyday life for Fifers over the years.
Groups taking part include Fife Archives, with information and photographs detailing Thornton railway workers from the 1950s, Fife Historic Agricultural Machinery Club, Fife Railway Preservation Society, Lang Toun Model Boat Club, Kirkcaldy Civic Society and WEA Fife Transport History Group.
With a range of vintage vehicles will also be on display Mike Birkett, secretary of WEA Fife said the event will appeal to young and old alike.
‘Travel Through Time’ takes place at the Lomond Centre, Glenrothes on Saturday, August 16 from 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. and is free.