Monday, March 26, 2018

Bundaberg Model Train Expo 2018

On the 17th and 18th of March this year, the Bundaberg mob did a great job of organizing and running this years train show up in Bundaberg. With a brand new venue not long opened, we all had a great time showing our trains and having a great time. Of course we will be in attendance next year as you couldn't get better!

So here are a few photos taken up there of all the layout (I think).


The HO scale layout from the Railway Modellers Club of Queensland (RMCQ). Bruce at the left is test driving the layout after we had just finished setting it up on the Friday afternoon.


Here we see the N scale layout for the RMCQ, with Peter doing last minute tweaks on the Friday afternoon setup.


Here we see the boys from the Miniature Train Club, Gold Coast, lounging around during morning smoko on the Saturday.


Here is a really great layout called Stannumvale. It is based on QR and is HOn3½ scale. So many scenes to look at and really good craftsmanship.


Here we see Gloucester Street, depicting a railway station along the line. HO scale is used here.


Here is Jones Town, a modular style layout in N scale.


This one is the Lindale HO scale layout.


The Mayor of Tiaro will kill me for forgetting the name of this N scale layout.


You always have to have a small layout for the kids to have a drive of a train on!


Broxburn Sidings is a point to point style layout in OO scale. Great detail and always worth a look at.


A new one I've not seen before, is this Urangan Pier. Another point to point layout of very good detail and in HO scale.


Morewood layout is in HO scale with many many items for the people to look at.


A really nice depiction of the cane fields and their railways - Wallaville.


And always a pleaser for the kids, is a Lego layout.


Now these are definitely big boys toys. Live steam and real motors here.


Here is the layout from the Action Model Train Club.


And of course we have another for the kiddies to drive, this time Thomas.

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