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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