Sculpture of Ben Nevis drive unveiled in Fort William
A new sculpture has been installed in Fort William to recall the driving of a Ford Model T up and down Ben Nevis.
Henry Alexander Jr, the son of an Edinburgh car dealer, completed the challenge in 1911.
Model T owners along with local history enthusiasts were the driving forces behind the creation of the new sculpture.
It was unveiled in Fort William's Square in a ceremony on Saturday that featured a parade of original Model Ts.
Powderhall Bronze, a foundry in Edinburgh, made the sculpture of the car with Alexander Jr behind the wheel.
The making of the three-tonne public art was been overseen by Mark Stoddart, a designer and artist based in Ladybank, Ayrshire.