|Turnhallen (14 Mar 2020 - 15 Mar 2020)|
The local branch of the Norwegian model railways-enthusiasts club and the Technical Hobby Group in Bergen invites all interested in technical hobbies to an exhibition.
The exhibition will take place at Turnhallen at Slettebakken with an impressive 1000 square meters at disposal. Turnhallen is situated at the back of Bergenshallen, and for those taking public transport the light rail, Bybanen line 1, stops right outside Bergenshallen.
On display at the exhibition there will be remote controlled boats, aeroplanes, helicopters and cars. There will also be several train layouts, from small gauge to larger trains. There will be a model car track where speed freaks can have a go at the controller. There will also be model cars from the days your parents and grandparents were young.
There will be sales of new items and second hand stalls with everything concerning technical hobbies.
There is also a small café on the premises.
Light rail Bybanen line 1
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