1972: A young Martin McGuinness at an IRA press conference.
1972: Martin McGuinness pictured as part of an IRA colour party
1984: American Bishops who visited Derry with Bishop Edward Daly during their tour of the Province. Pacemaker Press
1985 Body of IRA man Charles English being brough back to his house in Derry. Martin McGuinness looks on. Pacemaker
1985: Martin McGuinness and Martin Glavin in Derry helping to carry the coffin of IRA man Charles English. Pacemaker.
1986 Martin McGuinness
1986 Labour politician Ken Livingstone pictured at Bogside for Bloody Sunday rally with Martin McGuinness. Picture by Pacemaker.
1987 Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness
1987: Picture of the funerals in Londonderry of the two IRA men Eddie McSheffery and Paddy Deery who died when the bomb they were carrying exploded. Trouble broke out at the funeral after a lone gunmen fired a volley of shots over one of the coffins, the RUC moved in to arrest the gunman and plastic bullets were fired to try to move the crowd. Picture by Pacemaker Press.
1987 Martin McGuinness at 16th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Derry.
1991: 20th anniversary of introduction of internment parade to commemorate the death of the hunger strikers. Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness present along with heavy security presence. Photo by Pacemaker
1991: 20th anniversary of introduction of internment parade to commemorate the death of the hunger strikers. Photo by Pacemaker
1997: Martin McGuinness is elected to the British House of Commons as a MP for Mid Ulster. He refuses to take his seat or swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen, following Sinn Féin’s policy
1998: The Good Friday Agreement is signed with Martin McGuinness as Sinn Féin's chief negotiator
1998: Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness, PUP's Billy Hutchinson and Ulster Unionist Ken Maginnis confront each other outside Castle Buildings where the first session of the new Northern Ireland Assembly was taking place.
1999: appointed as education minister at the Northern Ireland Assembly
1999: Martin McGuinness was appointed education minister. He visited his first school, St Eugene's PS in Derry - known as the 'Wee Nuns'. Picture by Margaret McLaughlin
2000: There were smiles all round as the new Stormont Executive minister, a former IRA commander, returned to his desk at the department's headquarters in Bangor, County Down. A handful of people gathered outside the building to shout "IRA scumbag" at Mr McGuinness. PA:Paul Faith
2007 The hand of history...First Minister Ian Paisley and Deputy First minister Martin McGuinness go through the doors at Stormont together. Picture by Hugh Russell
2005: IRA releases a statement saying it has "formally ordered an end to the armed campaign"
2007: McGuinness becomes deputy first minister with Ian Paisley as First Minister
2007: the pair are quickly nicknamed the Chuckle Brothers
2008: Peter Robinson becomes First Minister and McGuinness said Stormont’s honeymoon period was over. The relationship was not as civil as that with Paisley
2008: Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at the funeral of his Mother Peggy McGuinness in Derry. Peggy McGuinness died at her Elmwood Street home in Derry.Photo; Colm O'Reilly Pacemaker Press.
2009: Martin McGuinness at Free Derry corner during his press conference this afternoon concerning the death threats made against him by dissident republicans. Picture Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker..
2011: An Unhappy Jim Allister with Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness at the Counting of ballots cast in the European elections in Northern Ireland where the DUP may be facing its worst ever result in a European parliamentary election due in part to a split in the unionist vote. Photo: Colm O'Reilly Pacemaker
2011: McGuinness refuses to meet Queen Elizabeth on a visit to Republic of Ireland
2011: Sinn Fein candidate Martin McGuinness at the announcement of the first preference votes in the Irish Presidential Election at the count centre in Dublin Castle
2012: McGuinness shakes hands with the Queen
2014 - Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness arriving for Monday evening's Sinn Fein election rally at Devenish Bar in Belfast. Picture: Cliff Donaldson
2015: Martin McGuinness, Michelle O'Neill, Mary Lou McDonald and Gerry Adams arrive at Stormont and speak to the media before entering talks. Picture by Mal McCann.
2015: Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness shakes hands with Prince Charles outside St Patricks Church in Donegall Street, Belfast. Picture by Mal McCann.
2016 Sinn Fein launch the programme of events to mark 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising 1916-2016 at Clifton House Belfast.Picture by Hugh Russell.
2016 Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness after he was elected during the Assembly Election count at the Foyle arena in Derry city May 6
2016: Arlene Foster is elected First Minister
2016: Tensions are evident between Arlene Foster and Deputy First minister Martin McGuinness as they await the arrival of The President of the Republic of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos Calder, during a visit to Northern Ireland. picture by hugh russell..
2017: Martin McGuinness resigns over botched RHI scheme that is estimated tp cost the taxpayer here £490m
2017 Martin McGuinness looks frail after his resignation
2017: Sinn Féiin announce that Michelle O'Neill is to replace Martin McGuinness in the north. Picture Mal McCann.
2017: Irish tricolour flags at half-mast at Free Derry Corner in the Bogside area of Londonderry today after Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, died aged 66.Picture by Justin Kernoghan Alan Lewis - PhotopressBelfast.co.uk
Elmwood Street in the Bogside where Martin McGuinness grew up
The Bogside in Derry where Martin McGuinness called home
2017: Martin McGuinness dies on 21st march.His sons Fiachra (left) and Emmet, carry his coffin
Niall Carson, PA
2017 Bernie McGuinness (right), wife of Martin, carries his coffin home to the sound of applause