x

Please pick a link below:

Home
SVVS Society Details
Map and Dates of Meetings
This Year's Meetings  (2019)
Last Year's Meetings  (2018)
Earlier  Meeting  Archives
Types of Society Vehicles 
Index to 30+ Picture Galleries
HELP PAGE Car Identification
Contact us       Be a Member
Vintage Citroen Register RWD

Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society caters for veteran cars, vintage cars & classic cars, as well as commercials and motorcycles.

 
Redhill Aerodrome > Red Barn
2019  The Wednesday Wander
London - Brighton Commercials:
Please see our Picture Galleries 
2018 Brighton Commercial Run

London-Brighton Veteran Run: 
Please see our Picture Galleries 
2012
Brighton Veteran Run

Motoring Museums Visited Page
Please see our Picture Galleries 2016 Motor Museum Barbados


:: [  Post Brighton Veteran Run meet at the Black Horse - November 2019  ] ::

Please click on any thumbnail picture below  to see the full size picture. To return to the thumbnails please click the Explorer "Back" arrow (top left of screen). Brighton Run photos by Tony Oakes, Malcolm Bailey and Malcolm Ward. Other photos by Bozi Mohacek.


 

Some of the SVVS Members who have been spectating on the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run traditionally meet up later at the Black Horse in Hookwood, Horley, for a noggin and natter. This year the weather for the Run was glorious and relatively warm. The sun shone and the sky was blue. However there seems to be a steadily decreasing number of general spectators along the route, which was a great shame. The Run may possibly be losing its appeal due to the dreadful traffic. Following the fatality to one of the participants couple of years ago seemingly due to change of route, there was also one fatality this year also apparently connected with the routing. It would be a great shame if any restrictions were imposed on the Run due to these sad events. Perhaps better signage, more Police and more Stewards would improve the situation., and/or specific routing for the Veterans outside normal traffic? 

 
FOR PHOTOS OF SELECTION OF VEHICLES ON THE LONDON TO BRIGHTON VETERAN CAR RUN CLICK HERE


A number of
SVVS Members have veteran cars that are eligible for the London to Brighton Veteran Car run, -  and four of them were on the run this year : the perennial Michael Doughty in his 1902 Wolseley 10HP Tonneau, Grandfather's Rights David Smart in his 1905 Cadillac Limousine, Robert Pedler in the 1904 De Dion Bouton 6HP Rear Entrance Tonneau, and Penelope Chew with David Ralph in a 1904 De Dion Bouton 6HP Two Seater.

 Please Click on the photo to see full size ALTERNATIVE HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture

Michael Doughty (passenger) in his 1902 Wolseley 10HP Tonneau

Please Click on the photo to see full size ALTERNATIVE HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture

David Smart (passenger) in his 1905 Cadillac Limousine

Please Click on the photo to see full size ALTERNATIVE HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture

Robert Pedler in the 1904 De Dion Bouton 6HP Rear Entrance Tonneau

Please Click on the  photo to see full size HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture

Penelope Chew with David Ralph (passenger) in a 1904 De Dion Bouton 6HP Two Seater


This year the turnout of SVVS Members at the Black Horse was also low, only six vehicles. There were however a couple of unusual cars present, these being Ronart Jaguar Specials. The green one, a 4.2 straight six belonged to a member, and the owner of the silver one. a V12,  became a member on the day, The green SUV is a 'funky' 2006 Honda Element.

Please Click on the thumbnail photos to see full size HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture05.jpg (296326 bytes)  02.jpg (433333 bytes)

03.jpg (391930 bytes)  04.jpg (394803 bytes)
Please Click on the thumbnail photos to see full size HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture
01a.jpg (410237 bytes)
  25.jpg (245373 bytes)

24.jpg (222368 bytes)  06.jpg (334067 bytes) 
Please Click on the thumbnail photos to see full size HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture
07.jpg (536231 bytes)  08.jpg (449170 bytes)  

09.jpg (401910 bytes)  11.jpg (310085 bytes)  
Please Click on the thumbnail photos to see full size HIGH DEFINITION SUPERSIZE picture
20.jpg (220663 bytes)  21.jpg (307260 bytes)


Go to Recent Venues Page

PICTURE GALLERY INDEX