The Coca-Cola truck has made its final journey of 2016, concluding its UK tour in west London.
Arriving on Tuesday December 20, the 16.5 metre truck stood in the shadow of the Wembley Stadium Arch.
From 1pm queues began to build as visitors grabbed their chance to snap a picture with the eight wheeler giant.
The iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck made its way into popular culture when the "Holidays Are Coming" advert first aired on television 21 years ago.
Fans across the UK have been treated to sightings of the HGV as it begun touring over the last six years.
Since it started its roadshow, the truck has travelled 729,646 thousand miles around the world and just last year and more than 256,000 free Coca-Cola drinks have been handed out.
This year, the truck set off from London's Bishop's Square on November 17, touring up and down the country to a total of 44 different locations including Dundee and Exeter.
Tonight, visitors will be able to see the lorry lit up by its 8,772 individual lights.
There is still time to catch the truck before it disappears until next year, as it will be at Wembley until 9pm tonight (Tuesday December 20).
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