Veteran cars set for a diversion as they rally through Croydon

Inside Croydon

Hundred-old-cars will be coming to a street near you next Sunday Give it a push: West Street has presented problems for the hundred-old-cars on past visits to Croydon

The London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally next Sunday will take a new route as it passes through Croydon.

The world’s longest-running motoring event, which is expected to feature around 500 vintage vehicles, all of them built before 1905, will be chugging and puffing its way from Hyde Park Corner from 7am on November 2, heading south along the old route of the A23 with the first cars expected to reach Norbury by 7.25am.

With the old cars setting off at regular intervals, they are expected to be passing through Thornton Heath and points south for more than three hours, heading through to Coulsdon and onwards.

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