Cars, trains and planes were on show for those who attended the Launceston Scale Model Expo on Saturday.
Adrian Ferrier and his son Martin, 10, were eye-catching with their large display of Daleks, the iconic characters from the Doctor Who series.
"We have a large Doctor Who collection that's been built up for over 25 years. I've gotten Martin into it as well," Mr Ferrier said.
"It's a mixture of Dalek toys we have on display today from the 70s, 80s, 90s and all the way up until now.
"The first model I ever got is looking a bit worse for wear now. It started with a small red one and then just grew from there.
"I always wanted one and I was 10 when I got my first Dalek toy and it expanded so much."
Their display was only a fraction of their whole collection with most being stored at their house.
"At home we have books, CDs, games, books. I could have brought more but its such big collection," Mr Ferrier said.
"I shudder to think how much I've spent on it. I'm still collecting and grabbing stuff when I find it but I've started keeping my newer pieces in the boxes. The only way I'll stop is if I run out of space."
Expo co-ordinator Tim Cocker said it was a great family day out and staff were excited about the number of attendees.
"We've had a great turn out, we opened the doors at a quarter to 10 because people were at the doors eager to come in," he said.
The event held at the Summerdale Community Hall was back after being cancelled last year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
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