Sixty beacons were lit along Hadrian's Wall last night to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The beacons stretched along the World Heritage Site from South Shields on Tyneside, to as far as Ravenglass in Cumbria. Each one representing a year of the Queen's reign.
The ceremony was part of a worldwide celebration in which 4,000 beacons were lit across the Commonwealth, with the Queen igniting the final beacon in London at 10:30pm.
Here's the scenes as one of beacons was lit at Housesteads Roman Fort in Hexham, Northumberland.