A village near Northampton was transported back to the 1940s for the annual Railway at War event.
The Northampton and Lamport Railway, based in Chapel Brampton, was held on Saturday and Sunday and included drill displays by the Pitsford Home Guard.
Many of the people who attended the event came in 1940s period dress and there were a number of vintage vehicles on display.
Gareth Aggett, the commercial director of the railway, said: “Everyone has enjoyed themselves and lots of people have dressed up.
“We had to put on my trains on Saturday due to demand.”
“Richard Johnson, treasurer of the railway, said: “We’ve maybe not had quite as many people as in previous years as there were a couple of other events happening in the county over the weekend.
“Everybody who has come has said they have enjoyed it and we had a solid stream of people through the gate.”
Other attractions at the event included live music from the Blitz Sisters and Paul Casper as George Formby.