Several hundred people gathered in the Andersonstown Road area this evening as the remains of Bobby Storey were brought home.
The leading republican died on Sunday in Newcastle, England, after an unsuccessful lung transplant operation.
A hearse carrying his remains was met by a colour party at Casement Park and accompanied to his home at Owenvarragh Park.
Scores of republicans dressed in white shirts with black ties lined the street as Bobby Storey's coffin was removed from the hearse to be brought into his home.
Among those present were Bernie McGuinness, widow of Martin McGuinness.