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Merryweather Limousine fire engine in Meccano - rear
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No: 2489   Contributor: George Illingworth   Scale: 1/12   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Meccano   Country: United Kingdom
Merryweather Limousine fire engine in Meccano - rear

1/12 scale model of a 1934 Merryweather Limousine fire engine built in Meccano by George Illingworth. The original was supplied to Lancaster and is believed to be the prototype for the Dinky Streamlined Fire Engine. The Hatfield pump is identical to the Dinky but note the different side window arrangement.

See also the front view:
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Picture added on 21 September 2011 at 11:50
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I wished I could find the bits and pieces as easy as you do for making my models George.Well done in making another model from a classic period in British fire engine manufacturing-'The Roaring 1930's'.

Added by Pete Matten on 21 September 2011.
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