Motorists will face disruption when a busy Aberdeen bridge closes overnight for three weeks.
The Bridge of Dee will be shut every night between 7.30pm and 6am from October 24 for up to three weeks of remedial work on the structure.
Bear Scotland announced the traffic measures would be put in place to allow it to carry out more than £100,000 of repair works on the A-listed bridge.
Originally built in the 16th Century to replace a ferry boat over the Dee, the bridge has been the primary link between Aberdeen and the south for centuries.
It is still used by thousands of drivers travelling north and south on the A90.
The extensive repairs will be carried out after numerous cracks, holes and other signs of degradation were discovered in the historic masonry of the crossing.
A spokesman for BEAR Scotland said: “The works have been scheduled to take place overnight to limit any impact to motorists and teams will look to complete the inspections and repairs as quickly and safely as possible.
“The masonry repairs will address areas of general wear on the Bridge of Dee. This type of maintenance work was last completed on the structure in 2000, and the latest investment will ensure the integrity of the bridge for years to come.”
A diversion will be in place between Great Southern Road and Riverside Drive.