Meccano Society of Scotland

Welcome to the web pages of the
Meccano Society of Scotland

I have now modified this website to make it more user friendly for small screen devices such as mobile phones. I hope that you like it.

The Meccano system was invented by Frank Hornby in 1901 and first appeared on sale as a constructional toy called "Mechanics Made Easy". This was renamed Meccano in 1907.

The Meccano Society of Scotland was formed in 1984 by a group of like minded enthusiasts interested in Meccano. We cater for a variety of interests. Some of our members are builders and others are collectors, but all are interested in Meccano.

We have around five club meetings a year, usually held in Stirling together with an annual exhibition.

The annual competition at our Menstrie meeting on May 20th will be a ping pong ball roller. More details here.

We publish a club Newsletter about three times a year.
Back issues of the Newsletter are now available for download. Alternately they can be viewed online, with no need to download them first. NEW - Issues up to issue 93 (December 2013) are now available - See the Newsletter page

Membership of the Society is open to any person interested in Meccano and new members are always welcome.


The site now has a Guestbook for visitors comments and suggestions

The website contains photographs from our various exhibitions and meetings.

There is now a page with links to various Meccano clubs, Dealers and other sites of interest.

The website also contains photographs of models by club members - The latest of these shows various mechanisms built by Andrew Knox.

There is also a section in which club members can advertise surplus Meccano items for sale.

Comprehensive Meccano Magazine Index

One of our members - Timothy Edwards has produced an on-line comprehensive index to all articles and pictures in the Meccano Magazine. It has full search facilities. Click here for details.

"Analysis of Meccano Manuals"

Timothy Edwards has also produced a comprehensive analysis of Meccano Manuals. Currently this covers 1908-81. Click here for details.

Meccano Volume of MCS available on CD

A CD of the Meccano Volume of MCS (Metal Constructional Systems) is now available. This gives comprehensive details of Meccano throughout the world. This CD is also produced by our member, Timothy Edwards Click here for details.

Meccano Set Part Lists

Meccano Set Parts Lists for most sets from 1901 - 2012 plus old style Plastic Meccano Set contents are available. Click here for details

If anyone has any comments or suggestions for content of this site, please contact the Webmaster (Timothy Edwards).

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