The Clutha Bar in Glasgow has re-opened nearly two years after the tragic helicopter crash in 2013.
The interior of the old bar where the helicopter crashed remains sealed off, but a new bar has been erected in a former smoking area.
Right outside the Clutha Bar, a stunning mural had been painted along the walls depicting the history of the pub, including some of the people who drank and played there.
Laurel and Hardy star, Stan Laurel, whose father managed the Metropole Theatre across the road from the pub.
Johnny Ramensky, the infamous Scottish safe-breaker, during the Second World War. He also happened to stop by the Clutha Bar on his way to High Court once or twice.
Musicians Alex Harvey and Frank Zappa, alongside trade union activist Jimmy Reid, feature in the beautiful mural.
Boxing champion Benny Lynch is thought to have once stayed above the Clutha Bar and they say his relatives love the artwork.
Glenda Jackson, the actress and former MP, visited the pub when she worked at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow. As did Rupert Everett who played at the theatre too.
Mary Barbour, a Scottish socialist who started the rent strikes in Govan after the Second World War.
American musician Woody Guthrie, is said to have played in the Glasgow pub during the Second World War.
Spike Milligan visited the bar after the Second World War when he toured with the Bill Hall Trio, alongside Billy Connolly and Gerry Rafferty.