Firefighters went the extra yard for charity as they heaved a 12-and-a-half-tonne fire engine around Peterborough city centre on Saturday.
The spectacular stunt took place and saw two teams of off-duty firefighters from Dogsthorpe and Stanground stations, including Steve Peacock, Scott Feveyear, Gareth Boyd and Chris Kelly, pull an engine twice around a mile-long route starting in Westgate before heading up Northminster, Broadway, Long Causeway, Cathedral Square and Cowgate.
Dozens of people lined the city streets to watch their gruelling efforts, with several onlookers offering cheers and shouts of support as the crews took part.
It was the first event of its kind to be held in Peterborough and is raising money for The Firefighters’ Charity and Burns Camps, which provide care for children with burn injuries.
Watch commander Steve Peacock, who organised the event, said that proceeds are still being counted.
He also thanked everyone who turned up and showed their support.