School pupils have re-enacted a leg of the doomed South Pole expedition that Captain Robert Falcon Scott never completed 100 years ago.
The Terra Nova expedition set off for the South Pole from base camp on November 1, 1911.
The naval officer and four of his party died on the returned leg after being beaten there by Norwegian explorer Ronald Amundsen.
On Tuesday, a crew of pupils from Dundee’s Harris Academy set off from Scott's other ship, the Discovery, dressed in similar clothes worn by the original expedition.
They pulled sledges in relays back and forth to the Tay Rail Bridge covering the last 11 miles that Scott and his party failed to complete in 1912.
Dundee City Council education convener Liz Fordyce said: "It's really good that we've got young people who are willing to dress up like this and walk along past the rail bridge dressed like this 11 times.
"The people of Dundee should remember these things and the school children should get to know about it and it'll maybe bring back more visitors to Discovery to hear more about Captain Scott's expedition."