IN towns and villages throughout Clydesdale at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, people paid silent tribute to the dead of two World Wars and the conflicts since.
In Lanark, for the fifth year in succession, the public and uniformed organisations stood outside the Memorial Hall, this year watched by contractors on the scaffolding as the renovations grind on slowly.
There was also a massive attendance at Biggar. “It was an amazing turnout,” said local councillor Hamish Stewart, whose son is serving in Afghanistan.
Carluke too welcomed a large mixture of all ages.
“I think it was one of the largest turnouts we have had,” said Provost Eileen Logan, who was among those laying wreaths.
The pictures of Lanark featured in our slideshow were by Gazette photographer Lindsay Addison; in Biggar by freelance photographer Helen Barrington; and in Carluke by freelance photographer Andrew Wilson.