FLYING fans were treated to a feast of all things aviation at the weekend, when a Northumberland airfield played host to planes of all shapes and sizes.
Eshott opened its runway for the Great North Fly In on Saturday and Sunday, causing a mass of microlights, light aircraft, autogyros, paramotors and powered hang-gliders to descend for the public to get acquainted with.
Among the more unusual flying machines on display were a Russian Yak-52 from the 1950s and a Soko Kraguj which once served with the Yugoslavian Air Force.
Borders Gliding Club instructor Richard Abercrombie flew in on wind-power alone, having left Milfield earlier in the day in his sports glider.
But the highlight of the weekend was a dramatic flypast by a pair of Spitfires which engaged in a mock dogfight over the airfield, which was an active fighter base during the Second World War.
As well as the aircraft, there was entertainment on the ground, with a barbecue and historical displays featuring authentic cockpits including a British Electric Canberra.