It's all aboard to Havenstreet this bank holiday weekend, for the Isle of Wight Steam Railway's annual Island Steam Fair.

There is live music, entertainment, stalls, food, refreshments and much more at the show, which started today (Friday).

Upon entry, children are greeted by a balloon-making jester, and there is plenty of fun to be had on the traditional fairground.

Visitors to the fair, which is in its 48th year, will, of course, get to see steam traction engines and vintage transport on show.

There is also the chance to ride in a carriage, pulled by restored heritage steam locomotives.

How to buy a ticket to Island Steam Fair at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway

There is an arts and crafts tent and dozens of stall holders line the grounds.

Among those include The Puppet People — otherwise known as Chrissy and Richard Merrell — who are there selling puppets for their 20th year.

There are also local food sellers, including Maria Lewis from Luxurious Shortbreads, and daughter-in-law Jess Lewis, from Fruffles.

They run Newport shop, Artisan, but are taking their trade on the road.

Throughout the weekend visitors will get to see military vehicles, and even displays from Haven Falconry.

In the main arena, there is entertainment from Kipperidge Gun Dogs and the BMX Le Grande stunt display team, among others.

The Steam Fair runs until Monday, August 28.