HUNDREDS of people flocked to see the UK's best model railway in 3D.

From Saturday morning to Tuesday afternoon, more than 300 visitors passed through the doors at the Pendon museum in Long Wittenham.

The exhibition, which is proving to be one of Pendon's most popular ever, features 14 giant pictures of the tiny model landscape as 3D anaglyphs which spring to life when viewed with red and blue glasses.

Museum supervisor Graham Ostridge said: "We would normally get 50 or 60 people a day, so to get more than 300, I'm happy.

"Everybody seemed to enjoy the photographs – they certainly give you a different perspective on the models."

The museum is now closed again until the first weekend in February, and the exhibition will not reopen until March 30.

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