Children with additional needs have been treated to a special day out as part of the 76th Glasgow Taxi Trade Children’s Outing.
Hundreds lined the streets to see a decorated taxi parade which saw drivers volunteer to take children to Troon for a day at the seaside.
The tradition, which began in 1945, is free of charge for the families involved.
In keeping with tradition, the cabs are decorated with balloons and colourful figures, with a judge picking the top three to lead the procession.
The journey began at Kelvin Way in Glasgow ahead of taking a tour of the city before the children were driven to Troon for a day at the beach.
Hundreds lined the streets to catch sight of the decorated taxis as well as drivers dressed up as famous cartoon characters.