BIKES, buses, cars and trucks powered their way through Huddersfield town centre yesterday.
Their eventual destination was Greenhead Park, for the annual Kirklees and Huddersfield Transport Rally.
Forty-one buses - ancient and modern - dominated the field as visitors flocked in their hundreds.
In all, almost 150 vehicles packed into the park. More than 100 of them had taken part in the parade from the McAlpine Stadium.
Head-turning models included a 1962 Cadillac and a 1947 BSA motorbike. The oldest car on show was a well-preserved 1931 Singer Super Six.
Another particular attraction was John Wilson's golden E-Type Jaguar.
Military vehicles were in one corner of the field.
"People like anything out of the ordinary," said organiser Gordon Morson, a member of the Kirklees Transport Group, who set up the event. "And anything that's big!
"The parade was brilliant. There were big crowds for that," he added.
Entrants drove from as far afield as Bristol, Cheltenham and London.