Their bags were all packed as they waited patiently to board the bus.
This was a common scene before Buchanan Street Bus Station was built in Glasgow city centre.
These eager Glaswegians were waiting for their bus to Blackpool in 1977 at Dundas Street Bus Station.
There were no budget airline flights to be snapped up via the internet back in 1977, so a bus trip was the way to go.
Although the majority of summer holiday queues have now moved from bus stations to airports, there's nothing guaranteed to get your blood pressure boiling than a long uncomfortable wait with maw, paw and the weans.
Are we nearly there yet was often the cry to be heard.