Engineering marvels on a miniature scale

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening ,with Peter Suggitt working on his canon .Picture Richard Ponter.121815c

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening ,with Peter Suggitt working on his canon .Picture Richard Ponter.121815c

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A TRACTION engine, steam engines and a cannon were among the miniature highlights of an open evening organised by the Scarborough and District Model Engineering Group.

It was held at Yorkshire Coast College and the display contained items built by members over the past 12 months.

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening with front left to right YCC Lecturer Nigel Wilson,Dave Dobson Builder of the Engine pictured and Organiser Ted Fletcher.Picture Richard Ponter.121815a

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening with front left to right YCC Lecturer Nigel Wilson,Dave Dobson Builder of the Engine pictured and Organiser Ted Fletcher.Picture Richard Ponter.121815a

The traction engine was built by Dave Dobson, Peter Suggitt built the cannon and Ian Pickering and Len Mills worked on other projects.

Organiser Ted Fletcher said that people young and old, who were experts or novices, were always welcome to go along to meetings.

Anyone interested in joining the group in September should contact Ted on (01723) 362537.

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening . Left to right, Ian Pickering and Len Mills with their work projects..Picture Richard Ponter.121815b

Yorkshire Coast College,Engineering open evening . Left to right, Ian Pickering and Len Mills with their work projects..Picture Richard Ponter.121815b