The iconic Waverley has made its return to London for the first time in four years.
Passengers have been able to take trips along the River Thames during the ship’s visit to the city.
Built in 1945, Waverley is the last seagoing paddle steamer in the world.
This year has seen events taking place to mark the vessel’s 75th anniversary.
The ship has operated in preservation since 1975, carrying over six million passengers during that time.
This year’s trip to London marked the first time Waverley has been in the UK capital since 2018 due to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as refurbishment work.
In June, the ship sailed to Arrochar in a repeat of its maiden voyage in 1947.