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Armed Motorcycle and Sidecar

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Model 296 from 1911.
 
 
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Bicycle

Built by Stuart Jones

From set 3501.
 
 
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Big Ben

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Crazy Car

Built by Stuart Jones

This car's wheels move in opposite directions as it moves!
 
 
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Double Flyboats

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Supermodel 33 from 1920's/30's, powered by an E20 motor and lit by 15m of grain-of-wheat bulbs and 20 lamps within the wheels.
 
 
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Built for the 14 Parts Plus Semi-Circular Plates Only Secretary's ChallengeEgg Slicer and Toast Rack

Built by Stuart Jones

"Lunch is served" from this egg slicer and toast rack, both of which use only 14 parts plus several semi-circular plates.
 
 
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Built for the Sci-Fi Secretary's ChallengeEnergy Station

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Built for the Building Bridges Secretary's ChallengeFink Truss Railway Bridge

Built by Stuart Jones

The Fink truss used below the deck on a bridge for the Northwestern Virginia Railroad over the west fork of the Monongahela River, west of Clarksburg, West Virginia, c. 1875.
 
 
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Fokker E.III Aeroplane

Built by Stuart Jones

A 1915 German aeroplane, featured in the October 1980 issue of Meccano Magazine .
 
 
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Built for the Something Else Secretary's ChallengeGalactic Fighter

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Built from one of the Robot sets.
 
 
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Built for the Birthday Models Secretary's ChallengeLathe

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From the November 1943 issue of Meccano Magazine .
 
 
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Built for the Least Useful Part Secretary's ChallengeLorry and Load

Built by Stuart Jones

A Meccano interpretation of a German Kibri HO model (pictured). If you know what the load is, please comment!
 
 
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Lorry-Mounted Crane

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From the Special Edition set.
 
 
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Miniature Tricycle and Rider

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Motorcycle

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Motorcycle and Sidecar

Built by Stuart Jones

A 1930's Super Model motorcycle and sidecar.
 
 
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Built for the Other Systems Secretary's ChallengeMotorcycle and Sidecar

Built by Stuart Jones

A Plastic Meccano motorcycle and sidecar.
 
 
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Periscope

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Built for the Least Useful Part Secretary's ChallengePropeller-Driven Car

Built by Stuart Jones

This model uses flanged wheels and propellers, my nominated least useful parts, and was built for the Using Your Least Useful Part challenge.
 
 
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Space Diorama

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Built for the Sci-Fi Secretary's ChallengeSpace Shuttle

Built by Stuart Jones

With wings made from Meccano sails.
 
 
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The Eiffel Tower

Built by Stuart Jones

From a Special Edition set.
 
 
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Built for the The Festival of Britain Secretary's ChallengeThe Festival of Britain Site

Built by Stuart Jones

A model of the site of the Festival of Britain, held on London's South Bank in 1951. The scale of the principle buildings is approximately 1":150'.
 
 
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The Unicorn Ship

Built by Stuart Jones

From the Adventures of Tin Tin set.
 
 
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Tower Bridge

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From a Special Edition set.
 
 
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Traction Engine

Built by Stuart Jones

This 7½" long model is a copy of the Meccano Cup winning model by Mr. H. J. Holiday, featured in the November and December 1970 issues of  Meccano Magazine .
 
 
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Tumbling Ladder Toy

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Walking Robot

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Wind Turbine

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A Wind turbine from 'Tronico' - a German construction system, their main claim to fame being square bolt holes. I think they've only been trading since 2011.
 
 
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WWII Spitfire

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