Submitted by Name: Colin Smith From: Phoenix AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just arrived on site
Added: March 15, 2015
Submitted by Name: Peter Warmerdam From: Holland E-mail: Contact
Comments: Found on an auction a dutch manual no.2/531/1.5(m) called meccano standaard mechanismen, but cannot find a year. Sure someone knows what date this could be. Thank you
Added: December 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: John orchard From: Sn105xu wilts
Comments: Really impressed by your caterpillar I have built a complete large scale funfair plus caterpillar tractor sim alert to yours but not quite so good plus artic truck At present am building Eiffel Tower 2 m high so that I am able to get in all details thanks j w orchard
Added: August 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Pete Bradley From: BAYKOLAND E-mail: Contact
Comments: Super site, very practical, very enjoyable
Added: July 22, 2014
Submitted by Name: Brian Hallett From: Johannesburg, South Africa E-mail: Contact
Comments: What a tremendous web-site. And what a trip down memory lane. I am now 67. In the mid-1950's I took over my father's Meccano set that he had in the 1920's as boy. It was much added too as I grew up. The Maccano Magazine was very much part of my boyhood. I also took-over my Father' Meccano Magazines from the 1920's and 1930's. They have long gone due to the binding clips rusting away and general deterioration but I well remember many of the covers and the articles. I particularly remember O.S. Nocks series on "Footplate Runs on The LNER". They are of great histroric interest now.
Well done and many thanlks for the effort.
My best wishes,
Added: April 25, 2014
Submitted by Name: Peter Cope From: UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site just the info I have been looking for
Added: March 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: Don Hutcheson From: New Zealand / USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site, but the link to purchase MM on DVD seems broken. I've been a Meccano fan since the mid 1950s. Just here for nostalgia. I have the better part of a #10 set in storage (#6 + 6a, 7a, 8a, 9a).
Added: February 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Blair Ashworth From: Hull, East Yorkshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: It was fantastic to see some of my late dad's models (traction engine, fruit machine, H-change gearbox, etc) and show them to my young son. I used to read the 1968/69/70 mags at regular intervals and am the proud custodian of Dad's traction engine, which still runs to this day. Some of the other models he made, which would not appear in Meccano Magazine are:
> Remote control tank > French knitting machine > Colourama gambling machine > Driving test machine > Arcade-type sweetie grabber
Please feel free to contact me at - email@example.com
Added: February 3, 2014
Submitted by Name: bob boundy From: new zealand E-mail: Contact
Comments: hi from new Zealand i am 73yrs old and last year started dong meccano again I used to run the Christchurch meccano club many years ago I have rejoined it has been going since 1929 I have a red and green no 6 and am getting a frenchoutfit no 9 regards bob
Added: December 8, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jacques Dujardin From: France E-mail: Contact
Comments: What a great idea and a great source of information to have all these Meccano Magazines in one place. Lets try to complete the French pre war period 1934 - 1940.