A giant advertisement for the Lincoln tank memorial will be going on a tour across the UK on the side of a Cartwright Bros lorry.
The Lincoln Tank Memorial Group, in partnership with the haulage firm, unveiled a specially commissioned carriage to commemorate the memorial, which was gifted to the city in May.
The £100,000 memorial is a representation of the Mark I Foster Tank, first designed and built in Lincoln in 1916.
It was placed on Tritton Road roundabout, close to the Wellington Foundry where it was produced.
The sculpture, which was made possible after a variety of donations form people and businesses, joined the city’s growing collection of tourist attractions.
A Lincoln Tank Memorial spokesperson said: “This new eye-catching vehicle will be a great advertisement of an important slice of the city’s history.
“Cartwright Bros operate over 60 vehicles nationwide 24 hours a dar, seven days a week.”
Watch footage taken at the unveiling of the memorial.: