Buses feature in all 3 of these city centre pictures from the 80's.
Starting with the top one of the High Street and the Dryburgh bus outside McColl's.
This was taken on 2nd June 1986, just as World Cup fever was kicking in. You can see on the news board on the pavement, The Scottish Daily Express had the headline "Mexico 86 - We're Shouting For Scotland!" As usual, Scotland never made it past the first round in a group containing Denmark, Uruguay and West Germany.
The bus heading for Fintry seems to be popular in the middle shot which was taken in Reform Street on 25th July 1985.
These blue local buses were Volvo-Ailsas.
Back to the High Street for the third image, snapped from the city square on 23rd April 1988.
The bus in the Jaffa Cake colours is a recycled London Routemaster operated by Strathtay Scottish.
The board in the square was reminding folk that there was an Antique Fair going on at the Caird Hall that day.
Now, all 3 buses themselves have become an antique fare!
Photos by Neale Elder.