Thousands of people attended one of the biggest fireworks displays in the county, where no rocket could match the haunting sound of a taxi run by a Second World War Lancaster.
Sparks flew in a nostalgic display of the Avro Lancaster NX611 taxiing along the runway at Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirkby.
To add to the atmosphere, there was an original Second World War German searchlight display recreating what it was like to live near a wartime airfield at night.
The display celebrated the end of the centre’s 2018 season and there was plenty to see in an 11-hour programme.
As well as Lancaster taxi runs and the German searchlight show, there was plenty of tradition for spectators. Attractions included large model flying, displays, a hog roast and glowsticks and a spectacular firework display finale.
Not only were spectators able to see the fireworks they also felt their power as they exploded and cascaded in the skies over this very historic location.
Louise Bush, of the management team, said: “It was a fabulous night. We had about 5,000 people - they come from all over the country. The Lancaster taxi run and the searchlight is a big attraction and adds to the atmosphere.”
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