World War ll in the Royal Burgh
Rutherglen residents can discover what it was like in the Royal Burgh during wartime over the coming weeks.
Rutherglen Library is currently running an exhibition, World War II in Rutherglen, which was officially opened to tie in with the VE Day anniversary.
Visitors are able to view the Roll of Honour listing more than 200 Rutherglen folk who lost their lives in the conflict and locals are being encouraged to leave their written memories and comments when they visit.
Folders are available on a number of WW2 topics, including the stories of local men who were taken prisoner and items from the war, including a gas mask and medals.
Visitors will also be able to read about how Rutherglen played her part in the aftermath of the Clydebank Blitz in 1941 by looking after those made homeless by the bombing in 1941.