Two sisters who survived the Tunisian massacre laid flowers in Glasgow to remember victims.

Alison and Elaine Mackenzie from East Kilbride were in the next hotel from where the shooting happened.

They shed tears and held each other during the emotional tribute.

They were joined by around 100 people who gathered in George Square to observe the one minutes silence.

A candle was lit for the 38 victims.

Alison said: "We just wanted to pay our respects.

"We're lucky to be here."

Meanwhile, Glasgow Central Station and Glasgow Airport came to a standstill at midday as travellers remembered the victims of the Tunisian beach massacre.

An announcement at Glasgow Central Station shortly before invited people to join a one minute silence 'to honour those who were killed in the terrorist attack in Tunisia'.

Dozens paused on the concourse to observe the period of silence.

Station staff and workers at shops, cafes and restaurants in Central Station also stopped to show their respect.

Robert Leggat, 38, said: 'I'm just here to see my son off on a train and I'm humbled by the experience. I think it's fitting that the people of Glasgow show respect after what happened.'

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One train passenger, who asked not to be named, said: 'It was important for me to mark it because it was a terrible tragedy which could happen to anyone.'

Customer advisor for Network Rail Gary Cowie added: 'It was a poignant moment and very well observed.'