ORGANISERS of a Huddersfield historic vehicle show say this year's has been the best ever.
Members of Huddersfield and District Transport Museum Society invited enthusiasts from all over the country to display their vehicles in Huddersfield on Sunday.
Commercial vehicles, classic cars and buses filled Springwood car park and St George's Square.
Organiser Mel Munday said: "It's been brilliant. We are putting Huddersfield on the map, well and truly."
This is the third time the rally has been held.
Some of the star vehicles included a vintage bin wagon from Doncaster and a 1920s Dodge van from America.
A 1950s red Huddersfield Corporation double-decker bus ferried visitors from St George's Square to Lindley and back.
The event complemented an Auto Jumble sale at the Open Market in the morning.
Town centre manager David Wyles said the Town Centre Association was supportive of the rally.
He said: "It's very good and bigger than ever before. It adds colour and excitement to the town. It's free, so people can come and admire the vehicles, visit the shops and have a great day out."
Mr Munday said the Town Centre Association and Kirklees Council officers had been very supportive.
He added: "It's nice to see them putting themselves out for us. We are trying to put something back into the community."
Mr Munday said the popularity of the event highlights the need for a transport museum in Huddersfield.
Last year, the Huddersfield and District Transport Museum Society's plans for a museum at Bridge Street, Slaithwaite, were dealt a blow when Kirklees councillors rejected the idea.
But Mr Munday said his group had not abandoned the idea and were considering new sites.
He said: "We are not going to let it go, now way. We have not given up yet."