VIDEO: Chimney stacks demolished

Thousands of people in Scotland gathered to mark the end of an era as two 189-foot chimney stacks that have dominated a skyline for half a century were demolished.

Each of the chimney stacks had 150 holes drilled in it, which were then filled with explosives.

The stacks were part of an iconic power station that was building in Port Seton in 1967. That's just outside Edinburgh.