Museum of Transport. This is worthy of a post in itself!
Preparations for the Scottish heat of the Scalextic World Championships.
Aberdeen Wargames Club and their Kelly's Heroes Flames of War game (Aidan wearing his low-vis top). More photos in another post.
But the main focus was the railway layouts. The pictures below give a flavour.
The Himilaya Railway was my favourite railway layout.
A few more random views.
As well as the displays, there was a good selection of traders. Some of these were of interest to a wargamer, especially those selling terrain and accessories. I picked up a couple of resin fishing boats that will work with my 20mm stuff. I also spent well at Squires, one of the best in the field of hobby tools, picking up a new magnifier lamp, hand vice and paintbrushes.
I enjoy attending this event as it is the closest we will ever get to a wargames show in Aberdeen and there is enough of a crossover of interest (and inspiration) to justify spending a couple of hours there.. It also gives an idea of how a non wargamer might feel when attaending a wargames show