Vintage steam engines of all shapes and sizes were on display at a festival this weekend. 

Tractors, rollers and vintage commercial vehicles were parked at Pippingford Park, Nutley, near Uckfield, for the High Weald Steam Working Weekend. 

Camera club photographer David Bolton captured the beauty of the vintage vehicles when he visited the site off the A22. 

(Image: David Bolton)

Among the vehicles on display was the Mclaren 8NHP, known as General French, which can haul heavy loads. 

Also on display was Tasker's Little Giant, a steam tractor. 

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It was supplied to Garsides of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, a sand quarrying company, in 1910. 

(Image: David Bolton)

The engine was primarily used for sand haulage to munitions factories.

More modern vehicles included the bright yellow Caterpillar 953 Old Crawler Loader.

The loader has a tracked chassis with a front bucket for digging and loading material.

A grey Scammel Explorer called Bear was also there at working weekend. Used by the military, the vehicles are fitted with a rear-mounted crane and winch to help recover other vehicles.

(Image: David Bolton)

The steam engines were driven around the site and classic and vintage cars were shown as well as motorcycles.