Tay Road Bridge designer commemorated in mural
The designer of the Tay Road Bridge has been commemorated in a mural celebrating the crossing's 50th anniversary.
Dundee art college graduates Fraser Gray and Martin McGuinness and their team have spent a month transforming concrete supports under the bridge.
One pillar features a detail of the bridge's designer William Fairhurst, who died in 1982.
The mural has been funded by a £20,000 grant.
The artists are both graduates of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD).
Mr Gray said: "Every time I come back to Dundee, DJCAD is always involved in something new with the city.
"It's a great community and support network to be a part of."
Alan Hutchison, Tay Road Bridge manager, said:"This is a great way to begin our 50th anniversary celebrations of the bridge that has meant so much to so many people over the years.
"Fraser and Martin are doing a fantastic job and we're very much looking forward to seeing the end result."