Around 200 hundred vintage cars have been travelling through North Yorkshire and the North East today, April 17, as part of the Flying Scotsman Rally.
The convoy left Leeds at 7am this morning, travelling through the North Yorkshire Moors before reaching Whitby for a pit stop.
The cars will continue through the Moors before heading to Newcastle for an overnight stopover.
Watch Claire Montgomery's full report:
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