People in London might have thought they had been transported back in time to the 1800s, but it was just this year's VETERAN CAR RUN. The run, which is in it's 116th year, is the oldest car event in the world, with over 500 cars taking part in the trip from London to Brighton. All the cars in the run are over 100 years old, with the rules of the event stating that to enter a car must have been made before 1905. The drivers left Hyde Park Corner in London at 7am, passing Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament before winding through B-roads and country lanes to Brighton. The cars travel at 20mph for the entire route, many taking more than three hours to complete the journey.
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