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Train enthusiasts made tracks to Springvale for Australia’s biggest model train exhibition.
The 11th annual Train and Hobby Show ran at Sandown Racecourse on Saturday 11, Sunday 12 and Monday 13 March.
Dorothy and Brian Moore brought their railway from Kianga, New South Wales, by car for exhibition.
It suffered damage on the road trip but they were able to put it back together.
They’re retiring from the rail scene after 17 years of shows.
Visitors saw working model train layouts, miniature train rides, radio control drift cars and more.

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