Sites of Interest
– the makers of Meccano
Melbourne Meccano Club Inc
– our Southern Neigbours
– the web site for New Zealand Meccano and a great general source of information
International Society of Meccanomen
– The International Society for all enthusiasts and the publisher of International Meccanoman
Sellers of Meccano and Equivalent Parts
These two are mentioned in Peter Stuart’s Articles:
Meccano Spares – Suppliers of New and Old Parts (UK)
Ashok Banerjee – Well know maker and seller of reproduction parts (India). “Ashok” parts are available from many suppliers
These are others known to the webmaster:
Hobbyco – Sydney Suppliers of hobby requirements and particularly Modern Meccano Sets. A good friend of the Association!
Meerlu (Jack Parssisson) – Australian Manufacturer of reproduction parts
Meccanoman (Dave Taylor) – Famous UK supplier of a wide range of parts
(Note: only available for mail order on specific dates)
Meccano and Compatible Parts – UK supplier of Meccano and Metallus (compatible) parts
Meccanoshop (previously Frizinghall) – UK supplier of parts and some sets
Meccparts – NZ supplier of a limited range of modern spares
Metallus – German suppliers of a system with compatible, but different, parts.
(Note: click on “English” to change languages)
MW Mail Order – UK supplier of Meccano books, documents and Model Plans
Stuart Borrill – UK maker of brassware and bespoke components – Sadly, NO LONGER IN BUSINESS
Thorpes Meccano (“meccanohobby”) – UK supplier of vintage and new parts
MeccanoNews@gmail.com to subscribe to Johnny Meccano (aka John Burke)’s excellent free newsletter.
Note: Ebay references are “as found”. The supplier may not longer supply Meccano components. Please let the webmaster know of any updated information.
The Model Clearing House – UK based supplier of clearance and used Meccano parts and sets. These appear to be the same as “Meccanoshop” above.
( suggestions welcome)
News about The Club
Sydney Meccano men work their magic to create replica of Widnes-Runcorn Transporter Bridge (from the Inner West Courier)