THESE 17 photos show all the fun from the 'Cobbles and Cogs' Steampunk event at Milestones.

Milestones Living History Museum recently hosted a 'Cobbles and Cogs' Steampunk weekend on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3.

Photographer Eric Denton attended the event and snapped these amazing photos.

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Visitors to the museum browsed trade stalls and enjoyed music from performing steampunk artists, including Victor and the Bullies, who used honky-tonk piano, violins, trumpets and "anything they could get their filthy mits on."

Basingstoke Gazette: One of the Steampunk stallsOne of the Steampunk stalls (Image: Eric Denton)

At the main stage, organiser Duke Box performed throughout the weekend, showcasing new songs on the Sunday.

Children were able to enjoy a weekend filled with fun games, workshops and activities including face painting, storytelling and author interviews.

The Nerf Blaster shoot-out returned from previous years, and kids took part in tea duelling T-POT racing and Wacky Racers.

Belinda Storyteller hosted 'Author's Corner' throughout the weekend, featuring live storytelling, interviews and readings with steampunk authors.

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