Goodwood Revival

Classic military vehicle enthusiast Jordan Dowdall attended the Goodwood Revival and took part in the commemoration of the London Victory Parade of 1946

A view of the parade featuring vehicles and bikes
pictures Michael Stokes
‘Traffic wardens’ pose with a DUKW
The Duke of Richmond Charles Gordon-Lennox

To the average revival attendee, it was a sight to behold, to a military vehicle enthusiast, it was a treasure trove

Visitors admire one of the halftracks on show

Every September, thousands gather at the Goodwood Motor Circuit for the Goodwood Revival, a celebration of bygone days, vintage fashion and wheelto-wheel racing with vehicles from throughout the history of motorsport.

This year, to commemorate the London Victory Parade of 1946, the Duke of Richmond and the revival team organised a parade with more than 150 military and civilian vehicles.

To the average revival attendee, it was a sight to behold, to a military vehicle enthusiast, it was a treasure trove.

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