CLASSIC vehicle enthusiasts flocked to a popular museum's biggest event in recent years.

Museum of Power held its annual Transport Festival on Easter Sunday, April 17.

This turned out to be the biggest event held at the Langford museum in recent years, bringing in about 2,000 visitors through the gates.

Maldon and Burnham Standard: About 370 vehicles were displayed at TransportfestAbout 370 vehicles were displayed at Transportfest

It also exhibited about 370 vintage and modern vehicles from buses and cars to campers, military vehicles, tractors, fire engines, motorbikes and more.

Maldon Fire Station also attended along with the Essex Fire Museum exhibiting engines old and new.

Maldon and Burnham Standard: The fire engines exhibitedThe fire engines exhibited

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There were a range of activities for children to take part in too.

The venue had bouncy castles, trampolines and a craft area for slime making which the youngsters enjoyed.

Vendors catered for most dietary requirements.

Traders also had a range on sale from homemade items to tools and auto parts.

Maldon and Burnham Standard: One of the impressive cars displayedOne of the impressive cars displayed

The usual static engines were also present.

A spokesman for Museum of Power said: "All in all, this was a great day had by staff, exhibitors and visitors."

Its next event will be Fun for Kids on May 15, a family fun day where children go free.

There will be a variety of activities, games and educational exhibits and workshops for the day.