More than 500 hundreds tractors have weaved their way along the Scotland-England border raising thousands of pounds for charity.
The annual National Vintage Tractor Road Run was held between Gretna and Canonbie this year. Katie Hunter reports:
Hundreds of people are taking part in the 2015 vintage tractor run.
Spectators and tractor enthusiasts can cheer on the drivers and machines as they follow a scenic 27-mile route from Gretna to Canonbie.
The first official tractor run took place in 1987, with around 140 tractors taking part. More than 500 tractors entered this year's event.
Up to 75 vintage tractors have taken part in a 50 mile charity road-run around Cumbria.
It was in memory of farmer Dougy Lamond, who died in November after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer three weeks earlier.
His friends and family organised the event to raise awareness about the disease.
It was also a public tribute to a popular man.
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Up to 75 vintage tractors have been taking part in a 50 mile charity road run around Cumbria.
It's in memory of popular farmer Dougie Lamond who died in November after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Hundreds of vintage tractors will parade through Cumbria when a national event visits the county for the first time. The National Vintage Tractor Road Run is being organised by Cumbria's Packhorse Tractor Club.
It aims to raise thousands of pounds for the Great North Air Ambulance Pride and The Eden Valley Children's Hospice. A £5,000 vintage tractor donated by farming brothers Duncan and Alastair Fisher, of The Grange at Ivegill, is first prize in a raffle to be drawn at the event.
The tractor was restored by neighbouring farmer William Pollock, who is chairman of the organising committee. Work started before Christmas with help from other committee members. Milk recorder Stacey Kane from Ivegill is one of the organisers.