Organised by the North East Historic Commercial Vehicle Society, the 29th annual Tyne Tees Run started in Stockton and finished in Bents Park, South Shields, with an exhibition of the classic vehicles.
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HCVS stands for Historic Commercial Vehicle Society (UK)
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He says: "The 1953 coach, which was fully restored in 2010 and is part of the Roger Burdett collection based in Coventry, won its class in post-war single deckers and coaches last Sunday at Brighton following its participation in the 50th London to Brighton Run organised by The Historic Commercial Vehicle Society.
The Historic Commercial Vehicle Society displayed cars and motorcycles from the 1920s to the 1980s at the former Caphouse Colliery near Grange Moor.
The event, organised by the North-East branch of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society, will start at Teesside Retail Park South at Stockton at 9am tomorrow and end on the seafront at Bents Park in South Shields where the vehicles will be on display from 11.
More than 200 commercial vehicles will hit the road on Sunday for the twenty-third annual Go-Ahead Tyne-Tees Run, organised by The Historic Commercial Vehicle Society.
The Historic Commercial Vehicle Society (HCVS) brought more than 70 vehicles dated from the 1920s up to the 1950s to the National Coal Mining Museum, near Grange Moor.
Each year the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society runs as many vehicles as it can from Stockton to South Shields where members' vehicles go on show.
They will have travelled from Stockton in an event organised by the North-East branch of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society.