Snaps from the steampunk festival in Lincoln, to document some of the enjoyably strange sights there were to see.

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     The old castle and cathedral district is atop a steep hill. Odly dressed crowds would soon fill the streets! 
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     Two odd festival goers - hang on, it is myself, and my mum. 
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     Some folks observing some be-tentacled aliens (not pictured) being shot at with darts. 
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     Presumably a fancy TARDIS console, for all your time-travelling requirements. 
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     Rocket pack! 
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     A tired looking gentleman. 
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     Penny farthings! Sadly, riding these in the street is not permitted. 
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     Note the eyeball-cane. 
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     There were some sizeable firearms here and there. 
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     The Penguin, his minion, Catwoman, and the Riddler, from 19th century Gotham city. 
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     They were probably hunting for this guy. 
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     You have to watch out for the local wildlife. 
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     Some costume contest entrants. 
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     No one expects the Inquisition. 
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     A father and mechanical-armed son. 
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     An officer and a seamstress. 
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     Doctor Krueger, child psychologist. Also the time-travelling Queen of Egypt in the background. 
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     A zeppelin captain. 
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     Some kind of cyborg necromancer. 
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     A physician on alert for plague outbreaks. 
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     I was quite a fan of that costume. 
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     Between buildings 60 and 61. 
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     Not a penny farthing, but still fancy! 
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     Caught a fight breaking out... 
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     Didn't end well for all involved. 
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     Four ladies from Lithuania. 
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     With ornate steam engines! 
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     A judge! 
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     You betrayed the law, old chap. 
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     A military parade! The 3rd Foot and Mouth Regiment marches at its head. 
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     A complement from the Ministry of Feline Overlords. 
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     The 1st Tea Company, veterans of the battle of Battenburg. 
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     Shouty Man, here to bellow orders to the troops. 
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     The parade was finally inspected by her Majesty herself, Queen Victoria. But where's her husband? Is he off his chain again? 
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     No, Zombie Prince Albert! Don't chew on the troops! 
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     Some manner of sporting personages. 
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     Typical weather! 
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     A jetpack racer. 
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     How to make mad inventions. 
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     A cool sculpture in progress! 
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     Always have tea handy wherever you go. 
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     Raptor cavalry. 
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     Even the cleaning equipment is brass and overly complex. 
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     The troll! 
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     An automaton! 
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     I believe it was rather hot in there, even without a steam boiler running. 
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     Fancy mode of transportation. 
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     The local constable, equipped with an emergency sonic screwdriver. 
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     But wait up! My mother is in trouble with the law. 
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     Her shoes were currently displaying her ankles in the presence of gentlemen. Thus she was handed a sternly worded ticket! 
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     A brass dalek, prepared to exterminate. 
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     A Martian tripod, prepared to do pretty much the same thing. 
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     I didn't dare press any buttons on this one. 
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     The jet pack here did function upon a button press, however! 
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     The dread Vapournomicon. 
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     A monowheel! 
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     A functional computing engine (running Windows 10). And an octo-hat. 
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     A tribute to Sir Terry. 
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     The wacky racers take to the castle grounds! 
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     Armed and dangerous. Not that a water gun affects much in such weather. 
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     All are pedal powered; no steam engines allowed. 
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     The starting line. 
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     And they are off! 
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     What's this? Stopping for tea halfway down the track?! 
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     Nevertheless, that was the winning racer. Somehow! 
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     Another Judge of old. 
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     Myself cheesily grinning with famed gentleman rap musician Professor Elemental. : D 
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     Herr Döktor, with a ray-pistol of his own handiwork. 
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     And a larger one too. 
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     This robot was constructed with no human components! 
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     He even steams, as all good robots should.