Johnstone was alive to the sound of sirens at the weekend as the annual Fire Engine Rally returned to the town once again.
Thousands of people turned out across the day to see fire engines, past and present, showcased in the town centre.
15 emergency vehicles paraded from Johnstone Fire Station into Houston Square, where they remained for the afternoon, giving everyone the chance to climb on board and learn how they’ve advanced through the years.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service undertook a variety of demonstrations throughout the day including cutting a trapped person out of a car and how to deal with a chip pan fire.
The crowds were kept further entertained with music, face painting and falconry taking place all afternoon.
The event was hosted by Renfrewshire Council in partnership with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Heritage Trust.
Renfrewshire’s Provost Lorraine Cameron was on hand to welcome everyone to the event on the day.
Provost Cameron said: “What a fantastic day in Johnstone town centre.
“It was great to see so many people visit to take in the parade of fire engines and then stay for an afternoon full of family activities.
“The Fire Service provided a terrific day of education and it’s an event that the whole community now looks forward to each year.
“Renfrewshire has a packed events schedule which continues for the rest of the year including the upcoming Spree Festival in October, so make sure you check out what’s on and come along if you can make it!”