NORTH WEST MECCANO GUILD
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Ellenroad Steam Museum 2nd. Of April 2017.
Four members attended this event which attracted a large number of interested visitors. An interesting new exhibit was a treadle operated lathe built to a design by Wm. Muir believed to date from the 1850s. Treadle lathes are not uncommon but this one can take workpieces a foot in diameter and 10 feet long. It had two wide treadles, which could probably take two men each. It is in beautiful condition.
Most of the models can be seen in the pictures below.
North West Meccano Guild Meeting 25th. March 2017.
22 Members attended the meeting and although 3 of our regulars did not attend, all the tables were well filled with a wide variety of models. Pictures of the stationary ones are shown below. A video of the some of the moving ones has been produced.
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We were able to hold an auction of a large collection of Meccano, approximately a No. 10 Outfit. Although much was in a rather sorry state, it produced a welcome addition to Guild funds. We expect to hold another one at the Annual General Meeting. It is expected that little will go to waste.
Les. Nightingale Jr.’s Models
Dick Watson’s Models
Gearge Barratt’s Steam Engines with Derrick Murdie’s models in the background.
Roger Marsh’s Quayside Unloader with a veteran car underneath.