Friends of Wemyss Bay Station are marking their tenth anniversary by holding an Open Day at the station on Saturday 22 June.

Organisations providing displays include ScotRail, Caledonian MacBrayne, Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Visit Scotland, together with a variety of local groups.

Authors Chris Vine (Peter’s Railway) and Geoff Marshall & Vicki Pipe (All the Stations) will be present to meet readers and sign books.

There will be a face-painter and station quiz for children. The station bookshop and gallery run by the Friends will be open, as usual, as will the station café and bar.

The open day runs from 10:30 am until 4:30 pm and is free of charge.

Gregory Beecroft of the Friends group said: "Come and admire our extraordinary station, one of very few to be listed Category A, and help the Friends mark their anniversary.

" Over the last ten years the Friends have restored the famed floral displays and enhanced the station in other ways, including installation of the statue of a wee boy going on holiday."