Train lovers will be able to see a number of different stations all under one roof this weekend - although they will be in miniature.

Helston and Falmouth Model Railway Club will be holding its Spring Model Railway Show this weekend, in the north site hall of Helston Community College.

It will include the unveiling of the club's new layout of St Martins Square, a fictional terminus station based in the south of Birmingham, which has been keeping members busy over the last few months.

Two layouts based on locations in Devon are also attending: one of Kingswear, a 2mm fine-scale layout on display in Cornwall for the first time, and Brixham - an EM gauge layout set in the 1930s.

Also attending for the first time at the exhibition will be a layout entitled Forest Green, an OO gauge layout and a fictional station situated in the South Gloucestershire area, and an N gauge layout of Brinklow, based on the now closed station back in the 1950s period, on the West Coast Mainline north of Rugby.

There should be around 15 working layouts on display, along with modelling demonstrations and displays, plus trade support including Kernow Model Railway Centre and for the first time Squires Tools.

The exhibition will be open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday, with hot food and refreshments served both days.