Haworth 1940s Weekend

Posted in Photography on 15 May, 2011 (10:34)

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Every May, Haworth in West Yorkshire plays host to classic vehicles, musicians and military displays from the 1940s era. This is my second year in a row and despite the weather it was still good fun!. Warning – seriously image heavy post!

Despite the weather being a little off yesterday it never developed into a full blown shower, although a planned Spitfire flyover was cancelled due to the conditions. We still had a great time walking around taking in the music, people in costume and the brilliant classic cars, bikes and trucks.

If you’d like to know more visit the Haworth village website

On with the pictures(there are lots!)

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Totally unrelated, but we finished the day with dinner at Fuji Hiro, sooooo good!

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4 Responses to Haworth 1940s Weekend

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  1. kyahf on 4 April, 2013 at (06:44)

    lovely photos! I go to Haworth 1940’s every year. Everyone is so friendly!

  2. kyahf on 4 April, 2013 at (06:45)

    lovely photos!

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