STEAM power and monster trucks kept the crowds entertained as organisers of a vintage vehicle and machinery show celebrated their biggest event to date.
The public headed for Hayfield Lakes for the Bank Holiday weekend charity bash, which had previously been held at the Northern Racing College.
George Sheldon, one of the organisers, said there had been more people taking vehicles to the show this year than previously.
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Mr Sheldon said: “Pretty much all of the vehicles proved really popular with the people who came.
“This year was only the second time we’ve run it, and the weather was a bit of a problem over the weekend.
“But the attitude of those who were taking part was really good.
“It was bigger and better than last year. This year we had more monster trucks than last year, with four of them compared to only two last year.
“I was pleased to see five or six America cars, including an old Model T Ford, which we had never had here before. This year we had 15 miniature steam engines, compared to three last year.
“We’re hoping to do another event like this one next year - the rain has not put us off!”
Along with the vehicles and machines, the event also included entertainment from the Doncaster Gunslingers who performed their wild west show.
They treated spectators to some jaw-dropping gun tricks and a simulated Western-style shoot out.