Model engineering excellence at big Alexandra Palace exhibition

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Visitors from far and wide flocked to Alexandra Palace from January 18-20 to attend the 23rd annual London Model Engineering Exhibition.

With more than 2000 models on show, the whole spectrum of model engineering was covered, from steam locomotives, traction engines and ships to modern remote-controlled models including trucks and aircraft.

This bird’s eye view of part of the London Model Engineering Exhibition in the magnificent Alexandra Palace, which took place from January 18-20, gives a good idea of its wide scope.

Showgoers could travel between the different zones, trying out various ‘hands-on’ activities and watching absorbing technical demonstrations.


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