Timothy Edwards - Meccano

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Hi Timothy,
I like your website and models, especially the Meccano Ball Maze, I'm attempting this at the moment, but I only have the one picture and two very small ones. I have started to build the tilting ball tray, but may need a little more information, if you don't mind! Can you give any more info on the Remote Control? I may try and make one, if this is possible.
I am a member of the New Zealand Site and many of my models are on there, including videos, near the end. We used to do Model Railway Shows etc, but are getting a bit old for that now.
Thanks again for inspiring me!! Hope you're both OK, my wife is a singer too! She's in the local Church Choir.
Bye for Now,
Bob


Added: November 14, 2018
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I enjoyed very much your presentation to Middlesbrough Probus Club today.

Added: November 5, 2018
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Hello,
On behalf of Dutchman Anhm Kop I try to find John Griffiths.
A long time ago they were pen-palls via the Meccano Guild and Anhm is trying to renew the contact.
On your website there's a John Griffiths.
As I cannot send him a message, could you please ask him if he remembers Dutchman Anhm Kop and if he is interested in renewing the contact?

In your guestbook a John Griffiths has been seen.


Added: October 8, 2018
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Incredible work ! Extremely valuable ! :o

Added: October 7, 2018
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Incredible undertaking! Thanks.

Added: September 28, 2018
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Secretary MWT Meccano Club.
Convention Easter 19 I have made a series of aircraft models from 0 through 9 sets to demonstrate the progressive nature of Meccano sets back then. I like the Cargoplane set 8 .13 that looks like a Hercules. My instuctions book is missing the 2nd page of instructions. Looking for it.
Greetings Tim. Robin.


Added: June 22, 2018
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I am very happy to find this site. I read the magazine in my teens, in the 1950s, in New Zealand :o

Added: May 27, 2018
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I got your address from The Australian Hornby Collector Magazine and was blown away by the amount of Meccano information on the one site. Thank you.

Added: May 8, 2018
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Just Super a lot of work. Thank you.

Added: April 24, 2018
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I'm just wondering if a list of the maximum parts in several sets would be a possible addition.

E.g. what is the largest parts total in the #10 over the years -- this would include the prewar obsolete parts and the 1978 exchanges in addition to the usual list.

Alternative, what is the parts required to make a super set of the 7, L and 10?


Added: April 4, 2018
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