Vintage toys are the focus of the latest exhibition at Peterhead’s Arbuthnot Museum.
It features artefacts from the Victorian era to the mid-20th century with a 150-year-old rocking horse among the highlights.
A metal die-cast hovercraft is one of hundreds of Corgi and Dinky vehicles featuring in the showcase.
It also focuses on the different materials used to make toys with tinplate replacing wood only for plastic to become the product of choice in the 1950s.
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Curator Fiona Clark said it was sure to transport people back to yesteryear.
She said: “For older adults it is a nostalgic look at the past.
“It is an opportunity for mums and dads and grans and granddads to explain what things were like in bygone days.
“Almost all of the items on display come from Aberdeenshire Council’s museum collection and have been donated by local people.
“It is really showing the development of toys over time.”
The free exhibition is now open until June 15.