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There exists a discontinuity of about 50 years between the initial and later phases of my Meccano modelling. Started during my pre-school days with red & green sets of Meccano outfits 1 and 2 (gifts from my late father) which I still remember and really miss now, I re-started Meccano modelling, mostly with modern sets and showing definite fondness to miniature models. I think that these are not great models or even near-perfect models, but models on little-bit unusual themes.Please feel free to comment/criticize so that I may further improve. All Meccano and replica sets I use are included in the album "Sets". Most of my models are original, only a few are copied from Manual.
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Subrata Ghoshal (at 2:10am, Fri 28th Jun, 13)
Sameer Sir, thanks a lot for your encouraging comments for my Meccano modelling efforts. More to come.
Sameer Gupta (at 1:17am, Fri 28th Jun, 13)
Sir, your passion and energy has always amazed me. I remember that you told me sometime ago that you are not much in touch with civil and related areas, but these models just prove the opposite. Great work sir.
Subrata Ghoshal (at 8:29am, Sun 16th Jun, 13)
Thank you, Indrasen Sir. Your review comments would boost me to improve my efforts in this area.
Indrasen (at 1:11am, Sun 16th Jun, 13)
Sir, its really an excellent work, I really appreciate the color of the material chosen and also the finer details that were taken care in all the artifacts. Keep up the good work and hope to see more from you.
Subrata Ghoshal (at 9:29am, Wed 12th Jun, 13)
Thank you, Tathagata Sir. I am really encouraged by your comments.
Tathagata Bhattacharjee (at 12:32am, Wed 5th Jun, 13)
Sir, Your convergence of technology with creative and artistic ideas is awesome.