Life in miniature – or boys’ toys – drew the crowds to Springfields Events Centre for the Spalding Model Engineering and Hobby Show.
Trains and boats and planes were there in all shapes and sizes thanks to skilled model enthusiasts who joined forces to put on a fantastic display for their visitors.
Other forms of transport included the rock climbing remote controlled cars that were seen clambering over rough terrain and a display of moving 1/16th scale armoured vehicles in a village layout.
Steam fans had a treat with small-scale traction engines taking to the arena and among the people in the driving seat was Andy Hobbins with his gleaming Burrell Devonshire.
The organisers aimed to promote traditional engineering skills alongside current technological innovations.
There was a wide range of static exhibits with magnificent completed models as well as working demonstrations in metal working and models in progress.
The show, held on the weekend of April 23/24, also featured remote controlled trucks along with heavy plant and a flying zone.