A HOST of vintage vehicles will be revving their way into town on Sunday as part of an annual rally celebrating motors of all shapes and sizes.

For the 2019 meet, highlights are expected to include a velocipede track bike, Land Rover fire appliance, a selection of Capris and a Harley Davidson sportster.

Engines from across the eras will be on display for the Vintage Vehicle Rally at the Head of Steam railway museum in Darlington, which hosts the event annually.

Leona White-Hannant, manager curator at the museum said: “Our rally is one of the highlights of the year here at Head of Steam and always proves to be popular with visitors of all ages.

“As well as the chance to see a great array of vintage vehicles, there is also the opportunity to explore the museum and we have a packed programme of events coming up in the months ahead, with something for all ages to enjoy.”

The rally, which generates interest from across the North-East and Yorkshire, will take place on the museum’s event field, on Sunday, May 19, between 10am and 4pm.

As well as the vehicles, there will also be a host of other entertainment for all the family including children’s entertainer, arts and crafts and miniature train rides.

Entry is £2 for adults and £1 for children, which includes admission to the museum and vehicle exhibitors will also gain free entry to the museum with their exhibitor pass.

Children under five and annual family pass members go free.

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