This weekend, Cortland is celebrating the 20th annual National Brockway Truck Show, which featured a parade for the Cortland community to enjoy.
The parade took place this morning at 8:30 a.m., as trucks made their way from the Brockway Museum to Main Street.
Hundreds of Brockway trucks then parked all over Main Street for people to check them out during the day.
Trucks will stay parked on Main Street until around 3:30 p.m. today.
These Trucks come from all over the country. There are some that even come from Canada.
“It is just such a great event for Cortland County,” said Shirley Randolph, treasurer of the Brockway Truck Preservation Association. “It brings in a lot of people into the community.”
Here are some photos of this morning’s parade: