STAFFORD Castle's classic car show celebrated its 10th anniversary this month with a glittering parade of historic vehicles.
Some 200 exhibitors displayed their cars last Sunday, with the exhibits ranging from the 1930s to the present day.
The show also featured a military vehicle display and classic motorcycles section, plus a popular mini Land Rover ride for children, and free archery lessons.
The show is organised by the Stafford Borough Council.
Heritage sites manager Mark Hartwell said: "It was our biggest show so far and we are very grateful to the support of the public and our sponsors.
"We are very pleased with the success and popularity of the event. It is an event for all the family."
Sherif Hegazy, one of the judges on the day, said: "The diversity and quality of the exhibited motor vehicles was outstanding.
"It was very difficult to make a decision on the winners of the various categories."
The show is sponsored by RPH Motors and AA Silencers, from Stafford.