Clicking on many of the pictures enlarges them and provides extra information. The models are usually attributed to the builder.

The Guild is always interested in preventing good Meccano going to waste. If you have any Meccano to re-cycle, please contact the Secretary or a member at one of our events.

Click  “Exhibitions” for a calendar of our events. Or “Event Details” for information about individual ones.

Click “North West” for information about Meccano on display and  Meccano related locations in the North West of England.

Paper Folding Machine.

The model of the month  for the

January 1962

Meccano Magazine

Built by Chris.Harris.

A Meccano Set 4 Model in the 1987 Manual.

A Motorising Set which included gears has been added.

The construction of the model was limited by the parts available.  This made it  a very fast moving model when operating  with 6 v  battery packs.

Built by Chris. Harris.

Brian Elvidge  has produced 3 models.

Above is a model of Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird record breaking car based on the one published in the No. 6 manuals from 1937 until 1953.

On either side are 2 pictures of a Shipyard Crane,  model 7.21 in the 1961 Manual. Modifications include  using a Ball Thrust Bearing and strengthening the tower.

Below are pictures of a Tractor. In one it has a trailer and in the second a Hay Rake. The models are based on models in the 1957 Manual for Set 6. (6.23). The Tractor has  a  No.1 Clockwork Motor and works well.

Brian has made some more models and taken more photographs. They are:

1. A Racing Car from a 2022 Set.

2. A Buggy from the 2013 Dump Truck Set.

3. A Steam Wagon based on models which appeared in manuals between 1928 and 1937. A rather more modern E20R motor has been fitted instead of one of its rather similar predecessors. It also has better bodywork.

Brian has built a twin engined Bi-plane based on a model in 1928-1935 manuals. He has made a few improvements including Stokys propellers. The Meccano Aeroplane Constructor Outfits included similar but smaller ones.

The models at the bottom of the page were exhibited at Hainault.

Click on them for more information.