RECORD crowds visited Hesketh Bank to see hundreds of classic cars and motorbikes.
The Hundred End Festival of Transport was held in Hesketh Bank on June 9 and 10 and more than 1,000 people attended.
The event is organised by Brian Moorcroft on his property in Hundred End Lane.
The annual festival has been running for 18 years and featured around 300 vintage vehicles this year.
Vintage cars, motorbikes, tractors and a steam roller were among the vehicles on display and entertainment was provided by Wigan Ukuele Club.
Although there was no entry fee, around £3,500 of donations was received and will be given to the Spinal Unit Action Group in Southport.
Brian, who is a retired plumber from Hesketh Bank, started the event when his lifelong passion for cars and vintage vehicles prompted him to share his interest with others.
Before turning his attentions to the rally, the 80-year-old had travelled all around the country for 26 years, racing motorbikes and cars.
Brian said: “The event went really well. The weather was marvellous and it helped to attract record crowds.“
He has also confirmed that the event will be returning for 2019, and will be held on the second weekend in June.