Classic and rare vehicles gathered on mass at a vintage car display in Marsden.
More than 100 cars and more off-the-wall creations descended on the car park of the Carriage House pub, as part of the annual ‘Bring your own vehicle’ night.
Jensen JNSNs, Morris Minors and even gritters were on view to motoring enthusiasts, who turned up to get a welcome break from World Cup mania and catch up with friends old and new.
Organised by the Trans Pennine Transport Heritage Society, it was the 25th event to take place in the area.
One of the six organisers, Charlie Whalley, said: “It was a lovely night and it proved that not everyone is glued to their TV sets to watch the World Cup.
“We started it up just as a fun night where our members could bring their own car but since then knowledge of it has spread by word of mouth and it’s just grown year on year.”
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