The North Midlands
For a window onto the world of Meccano, try the Meccano web ring www.meccanoweb.com/meccring hosted by U.K. enthusiast Melvyn Wright.
Probably the best - known address in the Meccano world was MW Models at 4, Greys Road, Henley on Thames where the inimitable Geoff Wright and his team catered for our needs for years. Since Geoff’s retirement Howard Somerville has taken over the distribution and production of lists, building instructions and allied Meccano–related material. Find him at www.mwmailorder.co.uk
The most complete record of the post-Liverpool parts (Calais and Nikko) is on Oscar Felgueiras' web site. His research is also being published on CD; available so far is his "Meccano Sets 1998 - 2006" which covers the sets themselves and the manuals as well as the parts contained in them, Find his site at
There are several other sites of particular interest to builders and collectors. One currently being built in New Zealand by Charles Steadman, is the On Line Parts Museum. This aims to illustrate and categorize all known knowledge in the Meccano community about Meccano Parts, with variations in parts of particular interest. Authenticated contributions from all sources are welcome. The site address is http://www.nzmeccano.com
Check out this remarkably useful site -
by guild member Timothy Edwards, a comprehensive online Index to the Meccano Magazine - ideal for your research into that elusive article or picture!
The International Society of Meccanomen represents many Meccanomen from over 27 countries worldwide. Many Meccano Clubs and Societies have affiliated.
The world of Meccano is presented on their web site, with special sections on the ISM itself as well as obtaining membership, model building, collecting and matters of general interest to Meccanomen worldwide.
Find them on http://www.internationalmeccanomen.org.uk/
Three times a year the ISM issues the "International Meccanoman", now in full colour and packed with information about Meccano and its supporters from all over the world: not to be missed by any Meccanoman.
Subscriptions are £26.00 per year. For more information contact the ISM Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Spanner “ is a dedicated mailing list, established in 1996 to enable Meccano enthusiasts to communicate with each other by e-mail. To learn more about it, click on this link
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