FAIRBURY, NE — The historic brick streets of downtown Fairbury were filled with visitors, vendors and high-end vehicles over the weekend.
The Fairbury City Museum hosted its 10th annual car show on Sunday. Vehicles ranging from pre-1954 stock cars to modern modified cars and foreign motorcycles parked around downtown for people to stroll by and inspect. 153 cars registered with the museum to be judged in the competition. They were organized into one of 27 different categories with the winners receiving trophies.
Fairbury High students helped local veterans set up American flags around the courthouse. The fire department hung a giant flag from a ladder north of the square.
The car show has grown from a small production to one of the biggest annual events in town.