Rain didn't spoil this historic parade
Military enthusiasts displayed true "Dunkirk spirit" as they battled the elements to stage a popular show at the weekend.
Historic military vehicles, living history groups and the steam locomotives of the South Devon Railway combined to make the event at Buckfastleigh a success.
Rob King, secretary of the Military Vehicle Trust in Devon, said "Friday night's rain put paid to any plans we had so we threw them right out the window and made the best of what we had – bags of spirit, a fantastic club membership and a really good venue."
Visitors braved the soggy conditions under foot to view the trust's displays which were supported by Second World War living history groups portraying British, American and German units.
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A Falklands era display was provided by brothers Richard and Lee Marshall, whose representation of 40 Commando Royal Marines included some rare and highly sought after kit, to raise funds for the Ghurkha Welfare Trust.