West Pinchbeck Tractor Run attracts 40 machines
Scores of people turned out to admire nearly 40 classic tractors.
West Pinchbeck Tractor Run proved to be incredibly popular on Sunday with both spectators and enthusiasts.
A total of 38 tractors, ranging from classics to more modern machines, set off from St Bartholomew’s Church on Six House Bank to take part in a 17 mile route around the Gosberton area.
Among the machines taking part in the run were an Allis Chalmers B, a Farmall, early Fords and a pure Ferguson.
The run also attracted Internationals and more modern John Deeres.
Before setting off on the run, drivers enjoyed tucking into a bacon sandwiches and burgers.
The event also proved popular with spectators who flocked to watch the machines leave and return.
They also enjoyed the barbecue - along with wandering around the second hand book stall in the village hall, which is next to the church.
One of the people involved with the event was Paul Bellamy, of Weston Hills.
He said: “We have been running this event for five years and it has built up every year. We had a lot of spectators.”