A series of films that reveal the wonderfully diverse history and heritage of Aberdeen will be shown at Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Shiprow.

The films have been loaned to the museum from the Scottish Screen Archives; Scotland's national moving images collection.

The archive preserves over 100 years of Scottish social, cultural and industrial history on film and video which provide a fascinating insight into the lives of ordinary Scots across the generations.

The films will be repeated throughout the day on the following dates:

30 November - 13 December
Square Riggers of the 30's
Three films of unique footage of the SV Viking, the Cape Horn road and the SS Passat.

14 December - 27 December
Silver City
The story of Aberdeen in the 1950's.

28 December - 10 January
D-Day to Paris 1944-45
Footage of the Allied troops progress to the French capital.

11 January - 24 January
Toilers of the Deep
Four nostalgic films from the 1950s from the archives of the Royal National Mission
to Deep Sea Fishermen.

25 January - 7 February
A documentary from the 1980s on the career of Sir Alex Fergusson.

8 February - 21 February
Olympic, Titanic, Britannic
The world's most famous shipwreck and her sister ships.

22 February - 7 March
Red Fish
The last salmon net fishing season in the North East.