The widow of one of the victims of the Chinook helicopter disaster has flown over the site of the tragedy on its 25th anniversary.
Forty five men died when the civilian aircraft plummeted into the sea off the Shetland coast following a catastrophic mechanical failure.
Among them was Pauline Nixon's husband Neville, the co-pilot.
Mrs Nixon, who flew over the site on Sunday, said: "I was sitting there looking out the door and, you know, it's probably the last thing that Neville would have seen, the sea and the coastline approaching.
"I've got a big lump in my throat and I'm feeling happy and sad at the same time. Neville would have been pleased that they're being remembered. It's good to remember them all and I'm thinking especially of all the other families and friends."
Dave Ellis was winchman on the day of the disaster and he helped rescue the only two survivors.
He said: "It was probably one of the worst two incidents I've been in."
Mrs Nixon and Mr Ellis watched as a wreath was lowered to the sea, in memory of all those who lost their lives.