Two East Lothian train stations have changed their names to get into the spirit of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Longniddry and Musselburgh stations are among a group of Scottish stops which have seen their signs changed, becoming Longer Niddry and Muscleburgh
To celebrate the largest sporting event Scotland has ever hosted, First ScotRail - an Official Supporter of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Team Scotland - made the changes.
Kirsty Marchant, Longniddry and Musselburgh stations team manager, said: “Excitement is building for the Games and we’re proud to be playing our part in helping the local community feel part of it. Hosting the Games is a once in a generation opportunity so hopefully our new, fun signs add to the experience and memories people have of Glasgow 2014.”
These are not the only ScotRail station to be getting a special Games-time identity change. The other stations to be renamed in honour of some of the Games’ 17 sports are: Cambuslang(jump), Dingwall (Ding!Ding!Wall), Falkirk Higher(er), Polmont (Polevault) and Springburn (Sprintburn).