Welcome to the
A social club dedicated to the
appreciation of all aspects of Meccano,
both old and new.
Aims: The Melbourne Meccano Club Inc. is an assembly of people with a common interest in building with and collecting the whole range of Meccano Construction Sets and related items, who meet regularly on an informal basis to discuss all aspects of the hobby, show and look at new models, see large or rare sets and interesting Meccano parts, buy or swap parts and generally review anything of interest to the dedicated Meccano collector or model builder.
Meetings: We meet at around 1pm on
a Saturday afternoon, six times a year,
generally at the
Brighton Philatelic Society Hall,
80 Gardenvale Road
(cnr Magnolia Road), Gardenvale.
Melways reference: 67 H7.
The discussion generally concludes
at about 4.00 - 4.30pm followed by
afternoon tea (or coffee). Please bring a plate to share.
Melbourne has a long history of production of quality replica Meccano parts - from the Binns Road South works of the late Ken "Flash" Gordon - the Metal Master - the mantle has been passed to others producing replica parts of world class quality, in standard and custom sizes.
Contact Dave Doddrell: 36 Lincoln Ave, Glen Waverley,Vic 3150
Dave specialises in a wide range of brassware.
Click the image below for Jack Parsisson's new website, showing the latest list of details and prices of his "Jackarno" parts produced at his Binns Road South annex works.
Follow link below for Bill Inglis' website featuring the return of his "legendary" WRI replica channel segments, p/n 119.
Other local club and society websites
Melbourne Society of Model and Experimental Engineers
Want to find out more about Meccano?
Click on the image at right
to find out about the
International Society of Meccanomen
Click on the image at right to
find out details of how to join the
internet Meccano discussion group
Follow the link below to the
Meccano Web Ring
- lots of great sites!
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