Crowds of people lined the banks of the River Thames on Friday as more than 60 amphibious vehicles descended on Marlow. 

The annual international gathering of amphibious cars is held in a different country each time, with the group sailing along the river between Henley and Marlow on August 4. 

The vehicles, which come from around the world and varyied in type from World War II to amphicars, came down the Thames in groups of around ten at a time, emerging from the river at St Peter Street slipway. 

As crowds gathered to take pictures of the unusual spectacle, the huge vehicles made their way through the town centre before arriving in Higginson Park to display. 

Amazed onlookers also watched as a large American-built DUKW from World War II had to squeeze past parked cars to get to the park.