In pictures: Hundreds attend Lincoln 1940s Day

The annual Lincoln 1940s Day proved to be a big hit as people from across the county travelled back in time to celebrate the iconic period.

A variety of events took place around the Cathedral Quarter on August 12 and there was even a Battle of Britain flypast from the Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane.

1940s afternoon tea was available in some of the tea rooms in the Bailgate and the the Magna Carter decked out their pub for the occasion.

Living History Groups actors decorated the area and a number of vintage stalls were set up near the castle.

A 1940s ball at the County Assembly Rooms concluded the day.