Ely and District Model Railway Club is holding it's 44th Model Railway Exhibition this weekend. 

Taking place on May 18, the exhibition will, for the first time, be held in the newest part of Ely College. 

The space will comprise two large halls and a spacious entrance lobby, offering visitors, model railway exhibitors and traders a number of benefits, including level access throughout. 

Alongside a visitor cafe, Royston Model Engineers will offer train rides to younger families and is accepting voluntary donations onboard in aid of Macmillan Nurses.

Sixteen layouts will be displayed at this year's exhibition, with operators happy to answer questions and give advice to modellers both young and old.

Eight traders will also be attending the show to present a wide range of railway and model-related items that are available to purchase. 

Club president, Derek Buck, will headline one of two demonstrations on model railways and show his methods for building goods wagons.

Meanwhile, Gary Walsh, from ‘Model Behaviour’, will explain how to weather railway models using an airbrush.

For the third running, Ely and District Model Railway Club has frozen it's entrance prices, offering value for money to both modellers and visitors. 

Full details can be found on the club's website