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.
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