A charity 4x4 rally followed the path of the Second World War Allied invasion of Europe - in just ten days.
The rally saw 45 teams embark on a 1650 mile expedition encompassing six countries in ten days and raising more than £100,000 for Help For Heroes.
And organiser Steve Johnson, president of Accrington Motor Sports Club, is giving a talk next week about the thrills and spills of the hectic event.
He said: "It was amazing. I’ve been running motorsports events for 30 years and it was the hardest one I’ve ever been involved with."
The event started on Saturday June 19 when the 45 4x4 teams met in Wiltshire, making their way to Portsmouth to catch the ferry over to France.
The convoy then moved to Bastogne in Belgium and towards Germany through Fort Simserhof, Siersthal in Alsace and on to Dachau. The end of the journey was at Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest retreat in Berchtesgaden.
Steve said: "People came from all over the country to take part. So many people helped us out and in total we’ve raised more than £100,000 so far.
"It was part history tour, fun competition, part off-road driving and part club-type social, open to all types of 4x4 vehicles. It was a privilege to be involved with it."
Steve is giving a talk and showing photographs of the trip today (Friday July 30) at 7pm at Trinity Community Church in Christ Church Square in Accrington. Entry to the talk is free and there will be tea and coffee afterwards.