Scotland’s oldest known working clock is running again after undergoing a major refurbishment.
The ancient timepiece, which dates back to 1565, was put back into place on Friday in the bell tower of a 14th Century parish church in Lanarkshire.
Historic Scotland had the clock removed from St Bride’s in Douglas last year after it began to slow down.
The mechanism was given a complete overhaul and a new clock face was fashioned from hard wood.
The clock is said to have been a gift to the village of Douglas from Mary, Queen of Scots.
Full story at BBC Scotland.