Thousands flocked to War Memorial Park to enjoy this year's Basingstoke Festival of Transport. 

The event, organised by the Rotary Club of Basingstoke and Deane, was blessed with warm sunshine and clear skies on Sunday, May 19. 

As usual, it was free to the public and attracted more than 850 vehicles, with 70 trade and charity stalls and food available.

A wide selection of vehicles will take to the park, from vintage pre-war vehicles to modern classics, bikes and scooters and small commercial lorries including the locally built Thornycroft Nippy.

A range of commercial and military vehicles, service vehicles, buses, coaches and a selection of static engines were also at the event.

Take a look at the photo gallery above to see photographs taken by the Gazette today.

READ MORE: Basingstoke Festival of Transport photo competition 

The Gazette is running a competition to find the best photos this year, we'll feature our favourites in the paper and one lucky winner will receive a £25 Marks and Spencer voucher for their hard work.

You can send your photos to the Gazette in three ways:

  1. By uploading your photos to the entry form attached to the Gazette online article, alternatively
  2. You can join the Basingstoke Gazette Camera Club on Facebook and share your photos with the group.
  3. You can also share your photos by email: