Submitted by Name: John Shervington From: Sydney, Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: A great resource! Thank you, Timothy Edwards, for making this available to Meccano enthusiasts. :)
Added: December 28, 2017
Submitted by Name: Samuel Chow From: Burnaby B C Canada[near Vancouver B C] E-mail: Contact
Comments: I will be using these lists very soon.
Added: December 21, 2017
Submitted by Name: John Griffiths From: Leeds E-mail: Contact
Comments: A fantastic historical resource. Useful to the researcher in so many ways. The effort that has gone into compiling and maintaining this is much appreciated.
Added: December 8, 2017
Submitted by Name: Peter Wilcock From: Loughborough E-mail: Contact
Comments: What a wonderful discovery and thank you so very much for making this available.
Added: November 29, 2017
Submitted by Name: sam From: england E-mail: Contact
Comments: can anyone tell me what part number 44 was used for?
Added: October 7, 2017
Submitted by Name: Oomkoos From: South Africa E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just brilliant, this is what was maybe outstanding for more than a century. We really need to encourage others to visit this site. Only 8000+ hits in 8 years out of a possible few million Meccano owners. The drawings is little gems in their own right. Only started collecting 6 years ago. Mainly for constructing purposes, not into the real "collecting". Frank Hornby never meant a set to go on display but rather to develop engineering skills. I am 70+ and still enjoy it daily, and that after a 50 years career in aeronautical engineering. Never had any Meccano as a kid.
Added: August 27, 2017
Submitted by Name: David Thompson From: Preston UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi looking at some of my parts have noticed a PAT NO 3869/14 on my nickel plated 2 1/2" double angle bracket and cannot see it on your site, have I missed it?
Added: April 17, 2017
Submitted by Name: Alan Waller From: UK, now in Sweden E-mail: Contact
Comments: Received set 1 on my fifth birthday in 1949 and an upgrade every Christmas and birthday until I reached set 8. After that loose parts, mostly gear wheels to make sci fi vehicles with electrically controlled gearboxes. Great way to learn basic engineering! Thirty years later I was modifying old machinery to start a studio woollen mill.
Added: March 21, 2017
Submitted by Name: Gordon Swain From: Nottingham E-mail: Contact
Comments: Loved Meccano ever since l was 8years old. Now I have bought some more Meccano and I am now 73years old. What a brilliant website this is, with this I find Meccano more interesting than ever before.
Added: February 2, 2017
Submitted by Name: Joyce Hambridge From: Rugby E-mail: Contact
Comments: My parents appear in the December 1957 edition of the mag Page 588/589/ 634 at the Coventry Boat Rally.