Hundreds of older people in Glasgow enjoyed a nostalgic trip down memory lane as part of a road safety campaign.
Glasgow City Council’s road safety unit organised the event to raise awareness of the changes in traffic over the years.
Groups from across the city were transported in a 1950s vintage double decker bus to the Museum of Transport where they were given a guided tour of the Glasgow Trams. A quick road safety quiz, to reinforce modern day traffic situations, brought them back to the 21st century.
Councillor Ruth Simpson said: “Events such as this highlight the importance of raising awareness and understanding of road safety issues for our more senior citizens in a light hearted and entertaining way.
“It also gives us an opportunity to talk about the different types of safer crossing facilities that have been installed to help pedestrians cross busy roads.”
Each visitor also received a reflective/fluorescent shopping bag to enhance their visibility during winter months.