Take a look as a breathtaking firework display brought down a spectacular curtain on the Forth Bridges Festival.
More than 2,000 torchbearers created a kilometre-long “river of fire” as they walked across the road bridge, marking 50 years since it opened to the public.
Among the revellers were a team of Vikings from Shetland’s famous Up Helly Aa celebrations and three pipe bands.
Legendary Scottish rockers Big Country also helped commemorate the occasion by playing a set of their hits in South Queensferry.
Mike Cantlay, Chairman of VisitScotland, said: “What an incredible evening and a fitting end to what has been an amazing ten days of celebrations for one of Scotland’s most well-known landmarks.
“The atmosphere tonight has been fantastic. It was a tremendous honour to be part of a special chapter.”