Visitors view the vintage vehicles - Slideshow

VINTAGE motors got people’s engines revving at the St Leger Rally event at the Trolleybus Museum in Sandtoft.

Old buses, cars and other vehicles were among the collection that parked up at the venue after a 15-mile journey from Doncaster.

Dennis Vickers, of Auckley in the rivers seat of the 1995 Dennis Lance bus with (l-r) Zoe, 11, and Chloe Bagshaw, nine, both of Auckley, holding the old punch ticket system at the St Leger Historic Vehicle Rally at Sandtoft TrolleyBus Museum. Picture: Andrew Roe

Dennis Vickers, of Auckley in the rivers seat of the 1995 Dennis Lance bus with (l-r) Zoe, 11, and Chloe Bagshaw, nine, both of Auckley, holding the old punch ticket system at the St Leger Historic Vehicle Rally at Sandtoft TrolleyBus Museum. Picture: Andrew Roe

An array of visitors were whisked back in time as they viewed the cars and commercial vehicles from a bygone age.

A spokesman for the trolleybus museum said: “There was something to appeal to everyone, whether they have an interest in transport, or are just someone who enjoys a Sunday afternoon out.

“It’s amazing how much nostalgia can be felt when someone recognises the old bus they went to school on.”