HUDDERSFIELD Second World War veterans marked the 60th anniversary of D-Day with a trip to the Royal Armouries in Leeds.
Forty-eight members of the Huddersfield and District Army Veterans' Association set off from the town's bus station.
The trip to the museum was held to mark the anniversary of the Normandy landings.
Most of the association's 80 members served in the war.
Association president Capt Ian Fillan said: "We have an outing to the seaside every year, but if there is something special happening we also have an extra trip for our members. This year it is the D-Day anniversary."
Capt Fillan said the Royal Armouries were chosen for the trip because the association's patron, Brig Mundell, was responsible for bringing the attraction to Leeds.
Capt Fillan said the association was keen to recruit new members to enjoy its trips.
He added: "People are getting older, so there are fewer and fewer potential members from the Second World War era.
"But the association is not just for veterans of those wars. Any ex-Servicemen from Huddersfield can join, as long as they are over 55 and were discharged with good conduct."
The association is a welfare organisation, but also provides friendship and cameraderie.
It is unique because, unlike most armed forces associations, it is not attached to a particular regiment.
To be considered for membership, send details of your name, address, age and the arm of service you were in to Mr C Ford, 18 Grasscroft Avenue, Honley HD9 6HY.