LEGO trains will be included in a model railway club’s annual exhibition for the first time.
David Graham’s trains, made from the children’s favourite toy, will be welcomed to Aberdeen Model Railway Club’s 37th Annual Exhibition, alongside other North-east Lego fans’ work.
Exhibition manager Stuart Gow said: “I’ve seen quite a few of his trains before and have been keen to get him up for a while.
“It’s quite interactive and the kids enjoy taking part driving them.
“Plus it doesn’t matter if they fall off because they’re Lego and can be put back together again.”
This year there will be 18 model railway layouts from groups throughout Scotland.
The exhibition, which takes place at RGU Sport in Garthdee, will be packed with model railways, trade stalls, model society displays and a kids’ play area, with demonstrations from other groups.
Collections will be held in the venue over the weekend to raise money for CLAN and it is hoped the cancer charity’s mascot, CLANCY, will make an appearance.
A number of free and discounted tickets will be available to families affected by cancer in the North-east.
The event takes place on Saturday, October 24, and Sunday, October 25.