Crich Tramway Village journeyed back in time to 1940s’ Britain to give visitors a special taste of life on the Home Front during the Second World War.
The Easter bank holiday extravaganza saw vintage trams on show alongside a range of historic wartime road and military vehicles.
In keeping with the special wartime theme, some of the trams were fitted out with black out masks, anti-blast netting on the windows and blue-coloured lamps.
Popular singers Marina Mae, Jane Darling and Kevin Mac set the mood with a range of wartime songs, and there was even an evening dance in the Poulson Room above the Red Lion pub.
Visitors to the tramway village over the extended four-day weekend were encouraged to dress in 1940s attire with the promise of discounted admission rates.
For younger visitors, there was the chance to take part in a boot camp with Sergeant Major Stuart Adams - fresh from his starring role in the new Dad’s Army film.
There was also evacuee scenarios and a World War Two-themed Easter egg hunt.
Crich Tramway Village is open daily from 10am until October 30.
For more information and admission prices, visit www.tramway.co.uk or call 01773 854 321.