The region played host to a bygone era at the weekend.
More than one hundred vintage cars passed through Cumbria and stopped off at Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries and Galloway on their way to Gleneagles.
All the vehicles were built before 1940 and were part of the 6th Flying Scotsman Vintage Rally, travelling hundreds of miles from London to Scotland.
Kim Inglis reports:
More than 100 vintage cars took part in the 'Flying Scotsman' endurance rally which passed through the region at the weekend.
The Chairman of the Endurance Rally Association, Phillip Young, said it was great to see a lot of support from the locals:
More than 100 vintage cars have stopped off at Drumlanrig Castle, during a rally through Dumfries and Galloway.
The cars, which are from 1940 or older, are travelling from London to Gleneagles in the Flying Scotsman Rally.
The oldest car taking part is from 1912, and has no front brakes.
Almost 150 sports cars from the 1920's and 1930's turned out for the annual vintage car rally in the Lake District.
Despite the grim weather, scores of spectators braved the elements to watch the 'Vintage Sports Cars Club' event at Honister Slate Mine.
Competitors faced a tough test as they raced their machines up the side of the 2,100ft Fleetwith Pike, in tricky driving conditions.
Classics like Bentleys, Aston Martins and Triumphs were just some of the cars taking part.
One of the largest vintage rallies in Scotland has been cancelled because of the weather, even though there is still six weeks to go before the event.Becasue of heavy rainfall organisers of the Selkirk Vintage Rally don't think the Sunderland Hall venue to recover in time for the event .
It was due to take place on September 16.The event - which made a loss of almost £5,000 last year - has grown in strength over the past 20 years attracting more than 1,800 entries.In a statement the organisers say: