Thousands of people visited Leyburn over the weekend for the annual 1940s weekend.
The event celebrated its tenth anniversary this year.
There was music, singing, dancing, stalls and a large number of period vehicles including military vehicles, farm machinery, buses, vintage cars and steam traction engines.
Many visitors arrived in costume and the town’s shops got into the spirit with displays and bunting.
The weather was poor on Saturday morning with heavy rain threatening to dampen spirits but the sun arrived by midday.
— Cottage in the Dales (@cottagedales) July 21, 2017
1940s weekend in Leyburn. Old Police meet new Police. Same traditions in
a modern way. pic.twitter.com/hPvJjrMKWG
— NYP Richmond Police (@RichmondSNT) July 23, 2017
These photos of the event were taken by photographer Gary Catterick.