These photos are from Toronto Hobby Show which was held November 6-8, 1998. They were all taken by Gordon and Norma Frank.
Norma Frank behind Gordon Frank's Combine Harvester using some green
Exacto parts - on floor behind is Norm LaCroix's Special Manuals display.
10-7 BlockSetter Crane by Norm LaCroix, using mainly home-made nickel
plated parts. (Missing - Mike LaCroix's Moire Pattern Demonstrator and
Marg LaCroix's 0060 Master Connector Model.)
Vertical Lift Bridge built by Al Bedford
Don Redmond - Toonerville Trolley Model
5. Manfred Hammer -
originally designed by Dave Barrett in England, and published in the
Midlands Meccano Guild Gazette.
Orrery by Earl Pitts
Mike Shaw and his goodies,
e.g. the Meccanosaurus from CQ.
Mike Shaw - Steam Bulldozer & Truck
Don Redmond - Caboose
Al Bedford - CN Deisel Engine
Earl Pitts' son and a ball roller
Earl Pitts - Meccanograph
Don Redmond - Meccano Sign / John Wapshott - Erector Trucks
Hubert Hogel - Moebius Strip model / Robert Gibeault - Marklin James
Watt Steam Engine
Phil Edwards - Automatic Transmission
Jerry Dubois - A fairground model designed by Keith Cameron;
published in CQ.
Jerry Dubois -
called 'Rotation,' the plans for which were published in the June 1998 CQ
(Manfred Hammer brought the same model).
This picture is of a unicyclist. The model was brought by Earl
Pitts, and was the third Prize Winner in the CQ Modelbuilding Competition a
few years ago (but the prize was not won by Earl).
Attila Szakonyi - Reproduction of model originally used to
Ted Van Klink
Hubert Hogel - Martha Robot
Robin McLellan -
Diesel Train Locomotive.
Earl Pitts - Ship Liner Model that was
used in "You Can't Take
It With You" this summer at the Shaw Festival, Niagara -on-the- Lake.
Kirk Roth - New Meccano Kit models including the "Space Base"
John Wapshott - Erector Trucks
Joe Long & Attila Szakonyi
with Attila's Ropemaking Machine.
Ted Van Klink - Stationary Steam Engine
Colin Hinz & Phillip Edwards
Copyright 1998 by CMAMAS.