Tassie Scale Model Expo Excites Amateur Collectors | Avocado


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Cars, trains and planes were on display for those who attended the Launceston model show on Saturday. Adrian Ferrier and his 10-year-old son Martin caught the eye with their big screen of Daleks, the iconic characters from the Doctor Who series. “We have a large Doctor Who collection that has been built up over 25 years. I also brought Martin into it,” said Mr. Ferrier. “It’s a mix of Dalek toys that we have on display today from the 70s, 80s, 90s and up to now.” The first model I ever had is a little less good to wear now. It started with a little red and then grew from there. READ MORE: First announces Tasmanian border reopening date for December “I always wanted one and I was 10 when I got my first Dalek toy and it has grown so much.” Their exhibit was only a fraction of their entire collection, most of which was stored in their homes. “At home we have books, CDs, games, books. I could have brought more but it’s such a large collection,” said Ferrier. “I shudder at the thought of how much I’ve spent on it. I always collect and grab things when I find them, but I’ve started keeping my new coins in the boxes. The only way I can stop. is to run outside of space. ” Expo coordinator Tim Cocker said it was a great day out with the family and the staff were thrilled with the number of attendees. READ MORE: Police disappointed to issue 71 speeding fines The event held at the Summerdale Community Hall was back after being canceled last year due to COVID-19 restrictions. While you’re with us, did you know that you can now sign up to receive the latest news and daily headlines straight to your inbox? Register here. https://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/5578920/get-your-daily-morning-wrap-from-the-advocate/



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