The wet weather has proved a challenge for people going to one of the West Country's biggest events.
The Great Dorset Steam Fair got underway today as heavy rain turned fields into a quagmire.
Traffic queued for up to four hours to get on to the site near Blandford Forum.
Organisers had earlier appealed for extra tractors to help tow vehicles through muddy fields.
Our Dorset correspondent Duncan Sleightholme has spent the day there:
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