Over 100 tractors, vintage models, motorbikes and lorries took to Mid Ulster's roads in support of Lough Neagh Rescue on Saturday.
The LNR tractor run, the first one organised by the volunteer life-saving charity, started in Ardboe at 2pm where the Grassmen were on hand to meet fans.
Charity members said the event was 'a huge success', and that the cavalcade got plenty of attention as it made its way through Cookstown and Moneymore.
The charity said: "On behalf of Lough Neagh Rescue crew, we would like to thank everyone for their support at Saturday's tractor run.
"It was a fantastic day with over 100 tractors, lorries and motor bikes taking part.
"We would like to extend a special thanks to the Grassmen for coming down and supporting us.
"A special thanks also to AC Marquees for the hire of the marquee and members of the public who come down and showed their support.
"We hope to run this event next year and will build on this year's success."