WINDOW on the Clyde photography exhibition continues at the Maritime Museum as it showcases the golden era of the River Clyde.

The exhibition brings together photographs taken by three generations of the Paterson family of Dunoon between the late 1800s up to the end of World War II.

Through the window of his Dunoon home amateur photographer Robert Paterson captured a bygone era of the Clyde and has contributed to the 60,000 strong collection, The photographs tell the story of the Clyde from the paddle steamers taking Glaswegians ‘doon the watter’ to the the tragedy of the ships during the war.

The exhibition runs until Sunday, October 6 and entry to the exhibition is included in the general museum admission.