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Transport Festival 2012 racing car
Festival of Transport  parade through Audlem
Transport Festival 2012 Narrow Boats
Transport Festival 2012 helicopter
Transport Festival 2012 morris dancers
Transport Festival 2012 racing car
Transport Festival 2012 field
Transport Festival 2012 racing car
Transport Festival 2012 overview
Transport Festival 2012 car
Transport Festival 2012  penny farthing
Transport Festival 2012 E-type Jaguar
Transport Festival 2012 car

Many thanks to all who have sent in photos from yesterday's Transport Festival and Historic Narrow Boats Gathering.

Splendid photographs from Phil Baker, Derek Jones, Gary Suggate, Peter Oxley and Frank Morris are now on the Events Gallery. It's worth scrolling through to capture some of the scenes of a great day.

Here's a selection to savour. More are still being being loaded. Apologies if your photos are not yet up but email froze with the volume of material coming in — High Speed Broadband needed urgently!

You can click on each photo to enlarge it.

 

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