Can you spot yourself in our Great Yarmouth Air Show photo gallery?
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Tens of thousands of people have enjoyed the Great Yarmouth Air Show and our photographer has been out capturing the crowds.
The seafront was packed as people were entranced and wowed by the many displays which bought massive cheers and applause.
Similar scenes are predicted for tomorrow for the second day of the show, which starts at 1pm.
Lengthened trains will be in operation, running half hourly throughout the day and three times and hour during peak times.
The lengthened trains will be comprised of three carriages rather than the usual two, plus two additional locomotives have been hired, each capable of carrying more than 500 people.
First Buses will also be increasing the frequency of their X1 and X11 services from Norwich to Great Yarmouth.
On Sunday the service will run every 15 minutes, rather than the usual 30 minutes.
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Larger buses will also be used, and in the evening double deckers will be used instead of the usual single deckers.
Air show brochures costing £5 are available from Archant stalls by the Marina Centre and Britannia Pier.