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Olaf Kievit travels from Spain to Scotland to take in the Capital Model Show.

Scale Scotland was moved forward a week, to 26 August, so that it would fall during the holidays. This was done in the expectation that more people could attend, which seems to have worked out well for the show. It also meant that it overlapped with the last weekend of the Edinburgh Festival, resulting in more options for those not interested in the show, but also far higher hotel room prices. Information about the show was widely shared through social media, and thoughtfully included notes on parking and the free shuttle service provided to and from the Park and Ride near the hotel. As I was being picked up from a different hotel in the morning, I arrived before the start of the show, in time for the bacon rolls and tea, which made for a great breakfast for all those involved in setting up that morning, vendors, Scale Scotland members and volunteers alike. The general layout of the show was the same as last year, basically taking over the wing with meeting rooms at the Doubletree by Hilton near the airport. The two main rooms were again for vendors and clubs, with additional vendor space in the wider parts of the corridor, and one room nearer the entrance to the conference area.

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