The Scotland national team have arrived at Rockliffe as the countdown to Euro 2020 continues apace.
Steve Clarke's squad follow in the footsteps of England, who were based at Rockliffe last week and played two warm-up games at the Riverside as part of their preparations for the Euros.
Scotland will be based at Rockliffe for the duration of their Euro 2020 campaign, which kicks off against the Czech Republic on Monday at Hampden Park (2pm).
That is followed by a trip to Wembley to face England on Friday 18 June (8pm) before wrapping up the group stages on Tuesday 22 June against Croatia at Hampden (8pm).
The FA and the England management and players were full of praise for the facilities and the hospitality on offer after the Three Lions stay in the north east.
Scotland were due to train for the first time on Thursday.