The Estevan Model Engineering Show took place on Saturday and Sunday at the Wylie Mitchell Building.
This was their 31st year of having the event. " We started out in the shopping mall, with twelve people in the first show, and we where there for fifteen years," explained Kelly Tytlandsvik.
"We have anything from jet engines to steam engines, to motorcycles, tractors, guitars, gas engines, cannons and replica fire arms."
"There is also a well drilling outfit that has been duplicated, and a few locomotives.
"The show always tries to encourage people to bring things that are hand made. But kits can also be found among the displays. "We just want people even if they don't have a machine shop to be able to participate."
This year there was forty-six exhibitors with four model engineering clubs. "Each club will have a engine that they'll bring in".
"This year there was two-hundred projects on display, which is a lot considering the time that goes into each one".
Each year it is free to join if your an exhibitor.