Torrential rain failed to dampen spirits at the Victorian Street Fair at the weekend.
Bo’ness town centre was transported back in time on Sunday, with more than 70 stalls taking over the streets, selling food, crafts and goodies.
There were slides and rides for the children, as well as charity stalls and live music.
Mary Jane Armstrong from Falkirk Delivers said: “It was a fantastic day. It was the biggest one yet.
“Everyone got into the spirit of the day by dressing up.
“The shops and cafes also did a lot of business because people were looking to get under cover.
“So, despite the pouring rain, it was a great event. It’s part of the calendar in Bo’ness now and people really support it.”