Vintage vehicles dating back as far as the early 1900s were brought to the area recently as their owners met up to enjoy a casual drive across the region.
Members of the North East division of the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain met in Seaton Ross, at the Black Horse pub’s yard, before setting off an a 60 mile run to Lincolnshire and back.
60 people joined in the club’s annual cobweb run, with 25 classic cars taking part, including a 1901 Darracq, which was the oldest of all the cars.
All the cars that took part were built up to 1918.
Pete Thomas, from Seaton Ross, who is a member of the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain, organised the run.
Vintage cars line up at Seaton Ross before the classic car run.