Meccano roadshow comes to town

06:00, Apr 19 2014
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The roadshow boasted plenty of colour and activity to attract young visitors.
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Len Pluck with son, Mandela, were amused for hours.
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Brothers Merv and Trevor Humn inspect the models on display.
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An array of working clocks.
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Meccano, Lego, Torro and Dinky Toys were all on display.
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Rodger Keey and his container crane.
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John Stark and his french knitting machine made from Meccano.
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Neil Pluck, right, and his display.
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The Meccano Roadshow at Cashmere High School attracted visitors of all ages.
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Army tanks lined up for inspection.
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David Littlefair (R) talks about his roller coaster.

Models and toys filled Cashmere High School today as the Meccano Roadshow displayed a miscellany of Lego, Torro and Dinky Toys.

The event which runs over the weekend is designed to enthuse children of all ages. 

As well as displays of Meccano there is Lego, K'nex, Torro, and Dinky Toys.

Displays of Hornby Electric Trains and the Lego Electric Trains will also be on show.

The popular "Build & Play" model making for the younger enthusiast will also be available.

The Christchurch Meccano Club will set up their Torro Construction Sets for younger model makers to enhance their model making skills.

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