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"Corbellini" Italian Railway Carriage (Set 10 model)
(Code: MP214)
6.90
Instructions for the construction of a model compatible with MP114, GSM22 and other Meccano 4 gauge locomotives, this detailed and realistic 1:14 scale 1950s railway carriage can be built with a Set 10 plus 16 extra 5 x 1 flexible plates. 16 pages of text plus all-colour photographs .
Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only.
"Sir William Stanier" Locomotive
(Code: M-SAMS2)
3.95
Instructions to build one of a series of medium-scale models by distinguished South African Meccano modellers, professionally edited and presented by Anthony Els, with full building instructions and amazing, full-colour, 3D VirtualMec drawings of every unit and assembly. This model is based on the LMS Coronation or Duchess class locomotive. It is scaled to Gauge 1 but is designed to run on 0 Gauge track. Only standard Meccano parts have been used in the design.
18 Ton 2 Cylinder Shay Locomotive 1918
(Code: MP215)
11.20
Instructions for a compact yet highly-detailed model. with twin, swivelling bogies (all wheel drive) powered via a 3-rail track. Requires a non-meccano, compact gear motor (Como Drill or similar), otherwise built entirely from standard parts. This 20 page plan includes prototype history and photographs and is illustrated with IsoMec drawings throughout. Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only. .
3-Rail Gauge 1 Garratt Locomotive
(Code: MP198)
9.60
This instruction leaflet describes the construction of this freelance model which is compact yet beautifully detailed, and uses only standard Meccano parts. This model has been designed to run on Gauge 1 track so it would be possible to use propriety Garden Scale track such as LGB or Peco if a suitable centre rail is fitted. Illustrated throughout with IsoMec drawings. Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only.
A1 Terrier Locomotive
(Code: M-SAMS3)
3.95
Instructions to build one of a series of medium-scale models by distinguished South African Meccano modellers, professionally edited and presented by Anthony Els, with full building instructions and amazing, full-colour, 3D VirtualMec drawings of every unit and assembly. This model is based on the LB&SCR William Stroudley designed A1 Class locomotive. Not to a perfect scale this model captures the lines of the prototype. Standard Meccano parts have been used in the design, although not all may be still readily available in the colours used.
E94 German "CROCODILE" Locomotive
(Code: MP201)
7.90
Based on the electric "Crocodile" or "Alligator" locomotive. Originally built for Swiss Federal Railways from 1919 to 1927, they were developed for pulling heavy goods trains on the steep tracks of the Gotthardbahn from Lucerne to Chiasso, including the Gotthard Tunnel. Crocodile locomotives were so called because of their long noses reminiscent of the snout of a crocodile. This instruction plan describes the construction of a compact model to run on a Gauge 1 track which can be powered via either a third rail or an overhead catenary system. It was designed by the late Pierre Marais of Johannesburg and the plan has been produced in his memory. The wheels of the twin, articulated power bogies are driven via sprocket and chain from PDU motors, and detailed drawings of the sprung pantographs and catenary masts and rail are included. Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only. The plan has 20 pages in total with prototype information, IsoMec dia-grams and colour and other photographs.
Midland Railway Five-Ton Portable Crane
(Code: MP206)
5.90
An instruction booklet describing the construction of this compact (1/16th scale) model of a man-powered, portable railway crane circa 1910, is straightforward to construct but includes a lot of accurate detail, including realistic underframes and running gear. The crane has hand-operated, geared hoist and luffing, a sliding counterweight, and the model includes two wagons and a length of track Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only. .
Railway Crane (Set 10 model)
(Code: MP211)
11.20
The first model many a Meccanoman builds with this dream No. 10 set is Leaflet No. 1, the iconic Railway Breakdown Crane, a favourite subject of Frank Hornby. It also provided an ideal use for the equally-iconic Meccano side-plate electric motor. In MP211, Tony Parmee has produced a radically revised version in which the many ill-conceived mechanisms in the original have been redesigned to produce a sturdy, reliable, fully-functioning and more realistic model, still within the constraints of the Set 10. Incorporated are developments like sprung axles, powered slewing, fail-safe band brakes, a captive main bearing and working stabilisers enabling the model to lift a 20lb load in perfect safety. Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only. .