People came out in their thousands to celebrate the Olympic Flame on its journey through North Lincolnshire.
You can now see a video of the momentous day on our website.
More than 27,000 people lined the streets of sunny Scunthorpe to see the inspirational Torchbearers carry the Flame on its journey to the London 2012 Olympic Games.
There were 7,000 spectators in Brigg and another 3,000 in Wrawby – bringing the estimated number of people watching the torch in North Lincolnshire to 37,000.
The Olympic Flame arrived on schedule in Doncaster Road where a huge crowd cheered on 12-year-old Archie Swain, the first Torchbearer to carry it in North Lincolnshire.
From Doncaster Road the Olympic Torch Relay turned into Oswald Road and past North Lincolnshire Museum where the Brumby Engineering College Steel Band played.
A large crowd gathered outside The Pods to greet the Flame while the Olympic Torch Relay convoy took a short break.
From The Pods the Torchbearers carried the Flame along Ashby Road and into Queensway where they were supported by thousands of flag-waving school children.
The Olympic Torch Relay then left Scunthorpe and drove in convoy mode to Brigg.
Torchbearer Maisie Brown, 13, was the first to pick up the flame when it arrived in Scawby Road, Brigg, and Dominic Robinson was the first Torchbearer in Wrawby.