It was perfect weather as dozens of steam engines and horses, not to mention scores of visitors, arrived in Hollowell for the annual show.
The sun was shining for the Hollowell Steam and Heavy Horse Show over the weekend, drawing in thousands of people.
There were 45 steam engines along with 24 miniature steamers at the show.
They covered the whole range of steam engines, including steam rollers, traction engines, showman’s engines, agricultural engines and steam lorries.
Visitors could take a look around them and there was even the chance to drive some of them under supervision.
More contemporary entertainment included a visit by Titan the robot, who was there to interact with and entertain the crowds.
The show also featured 20 different heavy horses from a variety of breeds putting on displays.
There was also live music from a variety of bands including the Campion School Band.
There was also a fun dog show and fun fair for the family.