It may be one of the more remote car shows in the country, but Grantown Motormania always manages to pull in a good crowd.
Nearly 400 vehicles lined up in the sun on Sunday, September 1 as the clouds eventually parted for a day of motoring nostalgia.
The annual event has been running for more than 20 years and saw countless immaculately presented motors of all varieties, including cars, bikes, tractors and campervans in attendance.
Visitors flocked to the site to admire the vehicles, while for owners who had made the pilgrimage to display their vehicles, part of the joy was merely making it to the showground thanks to the spectacular scenery on the road to Grantown.
Many of the entries were cars not from the distant mists of time but examples visitors may have driven themselves or remember their parents owning, including beautifully preserved Morris Minors, MG Midgets, a Hillman Minx and Triumph.
Each year the rally aims to raise money for various local charities, and with this year’s proceeds still in the process of being counted, organisers say they are delighted with the total so far.