The 40th anniversary of one of the worst blazes in Glasgow which claimed the lives of seven firefighters is being marked this week.
Strathclyde Fire and Rescue service is paying tribute to those who lost their lives in the Kilbirnie Street fire.
The fire broke out at a cash and carry textile house near Eglinton Toll in the south side of the city on August 25, 1972.
Six firemen - Divisional Officer Andrew Quinn, Leading Fireman Alastair Crofts, and Firemen Iain Bermingham, Allan Finlay, William Hooper and Duncan McMillan - entered the to rescue their colleague James Rook, who had been trapped by collapsed shelving and stock.
The firemen were in the process of taking Mr Rook to safety when all seven were killed as the result of a flashover.
On Saturday a refurbished memorial will be unveiled and a wreath laying ceremony will be held at the Glasgow Necropolis, while a service of remembrance will also take place at Glasgow Cathedral.
Chief Officer Brian Sweeney will deliver a lecture on the legacy of the Kilbirnie Street fire on Wednesday as part of the memorial events.