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Sea Tractor

Built by Santiago Plicio

While visiting South Devon in 2016 we spent five days in Bigbury on Sea for a short holiday to visit Burgh Island which is 250m from the mainland. This island is approachable on foot at low tide, but at high tide a sea tractor transports passengers bac...
 
 
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Centrifugal Fan

Built by Les Chatfield

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeUndersea Exploration Vehicle

Built by Brian Elvidge

A freelance interpretation of the Secretary's Challenge brief, using a mix of modern parts and traditional parts, with a set of motorised propellors driven via gearing by the 2017 4.5V motor which seems very good. A set of movable rudders is also fitt...
 
 
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Christmas Tree

Built by Chris Warrell

Built for the Eltham Lights Up event that the club attended at the Eltham Centre in November 2017.
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeYellow Submarine

Built by Andrew Couzens

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeCromer Crab

Built by John Gay

 
 
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Tower Bridge

Built by John Gay

Built from the Tower Bridge set (River Thames not included!)
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeLittle Fishes

Built by Tim Surtell

Turn the handle to see the fishes swimming!
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeSubmersible

Built by Chris Warrell

This model is based on a photo found online. It's got a grab and some sort of multi-purpose thing on the end of an arm. The clear dome is from a Crazy Inventor's set and the black dome is from the Hudson Locomotive set.
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeAnchor

Built by Richard Marsden

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeAnchor

Built by Richard Marsden

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeWhat Lies Beneath...

Built by Chris Fry

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeStangford Lough Tidal Turbine

Built by Peter Shaw

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeTitanic

Built by Guy Loveridge

This model of Titanic is 6' long, hence the scale is about 1:150. The model splits into two parts for ease of transportation. There are many details including raked funnels, steam pipes, lifeboats, vents, cranes, bollards, flags, compass tower, crow's...
 
 
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Propeller Aeroplane

Built by Les Chatfield

A (better!) Meccano version of the Lego aeroplane shown in the photo.
 
 
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Articulated Lorry

Built by Adrian Ashford

This is the tractor unit only so far, of model 9.10 from the 1962-69 set of 10 model leaflets which were issued with the no. 9 outfit. All the outfits were revised in content in 1962, together with the inclusion of a number of new parts, and the comple...
 
 
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Road Surfacing Machine

Built by John Clifton

This road surfacing machine is based on the set 10.19 model plan - the front grading head and main housing are more or less as per instructions. The motor is one of Dave Taylor's in a custom built housing. I have replaced the false tracks with ones fr...
 
 
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Vertical Lift Bridge

Built by Eric Smith

Similar in design to the Newport Bridge over the River Tees in Middlesbrough.
 
 
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Pseudo-Random Drive Mechanism

Built by Brian Leach

The ratios to the eccentrics are 25:1, 21:1, 16:1 and 19:1. There are no common factors so it should take 159,600 revolutions of the input before it repeats. Speeds from eccentrics are added up by differentials.
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeThunderbird 4

Built by Brian Leach

I've always been a fan of Thunderbirds, particularly the original series. On building this, it presented no serious problems but there was a lot of plate bending required. Compound curves had to be approximated. About my first use of flexible coupling...
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeAdmiralty Type 4 Fluke-Less Anchor

Built by Les Chatfield

 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeAquanaut

Built by Ivor Ellard

 
 
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Gryroscope

Built by Les Chatfield

 
 
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Cement Mixer

Built by Adrian Ashford

This is based on a model in the 1954-61 No. 2 outfit manual, though judging by the illustration, it looks as if it could well have been carried over from an earlier, even pre-war, manual. I made some modifications to the original design, including fit...
 
 
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Apache Helicopter

Built by John Clifton

This helicopter was built from a Haynes construction set, a Christmas present from my daughter. It went together okay but the instructions fall somewhat short of a traditional Haynes manual! Plus a number of parts were missing so I had to raid my box ...
 
 
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Built for the Beneath the Waves Secretary's ChallengeUndersea Exploration Vehicle

Built by John Clifton

An undersea exploration vehicle built from post-2015 Spin Master parts, with twin propulsion units and steering rudders with adjustable dive flaps. It can seat three and also has an opening access hatch.
 
 
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Diamond T969a 4 Ton Wrecker Open Cab

Built by John Clifton

The model is approximately 1:12 scale and I have tried to replicate all of the features of the original vehicle. It has six-wheel drive with four differentials (one inter axle differential between the tandem rear wheels). The gearbox (a modified ve...
 
 
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Ferocity Fairground Ride

Built by Santiago Plicio

After displaying my last model of 2017, Mind Blaster , at the North East London Meccano Club's Hainault Hangout at the start of December, the very next day I started dismantling another of one of my models The Demoralizer , with the idea of starting ...
 
 
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Donald Trump's Lecturn

Built by Les Chatfield

Complete with teleprompter!
 
 
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Tank

Built by Ian Sharp

 
 
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The Mind Blaster Fairground Ride

Built by Santiago Plicio

Dismantling the big wheel " Galacticus " after the SELMEC 2017 exhibition was painful. It took me two days to undo most of its content, and I started the following day constructing my new model, as I needed it to be ready for the November 2017 meeting ...
 
 
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Built for the London Underground Map Secretary's ChallengeLondon Underground Map Section

Built by Les Chatfield

A section of the Central London Underground Map, built for the Big Challenge at our April 2017 meeting.
 
 
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Built for the London Underground Map Secretary's ChallengeLondon Underground Map

Built by Chris Warrell

Our Big Challenge for 2017 was to recreate the central part of the London Underground map using Meccano parts. This was was mounted on a giant board by Ralph Laughton and displayed in the foyer at our 2017 Meccano Show. Each club member was asked to ...

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