Crowds flocked to see the vehicles on Tuesday Market Place. Picture: Paul Tibbs.

Crowds flocked to King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place to enjoy some motoring nostalgia at the weekend. 

More than 200 vehicles were on display at this year’s Classic Car Day, organised by West Norfolk Council.

The annual event coincided with Heritage Open Day on Sunday and there was no shortage of visitors keen to admire the wheels on show and chat to exhibitors.

There were examples from the 1920s to more recent times and some of the cars were more than 80-years-old.

Refreshments including a licensed bar were available and the market place was packed with visitors soaking up the sights and sunshine.

Elizabeth Nockolds, borough council cabinet member said: “The good weather certainly helped make the day.

“The town was buzzing because of all the Heritage Open Day activities, with lots of people on the quayside enjoying a variety of music and dance acts.

“It truly was a magnificent day for celebrating King’s Lynn and I would like to thank all the volunteers and helpers who made the whole thing possible.”

The Les Daubney Memorial Trophy went to David Walker after his 1933 Riley Monaco received the most votes from visitors to the event.