The roads of West Fife will be transporting visitors back in time on Sunday as part of this year’s Festival of Museums.
Buses that were built between the 1920s and 1990s will be getting back in gear to offer rides on routes across the region from the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum in Lathalmond.
Routes will operate from the museum to Kelty, Saline and Dunfermline Bus Station, as well as moving visitors round the 50 acre site which houses the numerous preserved and visiting buses and exhibitions offering information on their past.
To complete the atmosphere, conductors and inspectors will be dressed in traditional clothes as you ride along.
The annual event is part of a nationwide effort to open the vaults of Scottish museums and engage in new ways with visitors.
There are also plans for the full-sized railway to offer short trips within the museum, particularly for the amusement of the younger visitors.
A free half-hourly bus service will operate to the museum from stance one of Dunfermline Bus Station.
The museum’s event organiser, Gordon McGregor said: “All year round, the owners of the buses at Lathalmond are busy working to present them in their original condition, and we enjoy giving people the chance to experience these buses and coaches of yesteryear during our annual running day.”