In pictures: Armistice silence falls across Scotland

A two-minute silence has been observed across Scotland to mark the anniversary of the World War One armistice.

Image caption A piper plays during commemorations at Edinburgh's Garden of Remembrance
Image caption Passers-by at Edinburgh's Waverley Station stopped for the two-minute silence.
Image copyright Capt Rory O'Shea Army
Image caption Members of the Royal Scots Borderers pay their respects to Galashiels soldier, Lance Sergeant Frederick Robertson, who died in Sierra Leone in 1914.
Image caption Wreaths were laid in Glasgow's George Square.
Image caption Standard bearers at the commemoration in Dundee.
Image caption Lerwick's war memorial bears the names of those who died in the Great War.
Image caption The usually bustling George Square in Glasgow fell silent at 11:00.
Image caption Some preferred to plant a cross of remembrance for those who have served in war.
Image caption Court proceedings in Livingston were halted for the act of remembrance.
Image caption The memorial court in Aberdeen's Cowdray Hall.
Image caption Inverness city centre came to a standstill.
Image caption Veterans paid their respects to those who served.
Image caption Crosses of remembrance bear the names of those who served in war.
Image caption A plaque was unveiled in Glasgow Central Station for the thousands who left platforms one and two, many of whom did not return.
Image caption Crowds gathered alongside the Gardens of Remembrance in Edinburgh.