BAYKO by BAYKOMAN - Recent Additions
Latest Update - October 14th, 2017

This page is for regular visitors to provide a summary of [and links to!] recent additions or changes to BAYKOMAN.COM - hope it helps.
If you have any items which you would like to see included on the site...
 
I'm now gradually starting a range of services to the BAYKO community, so why not visit the BAYKO BAZAAR  - see what's available...
 
The Latest Additions to www.baykoman.com
A new version of the post-war Information Slip offering to swap Bases if the colour doesn't match your existing ones...
A newly found copper-based Corner Tie, courtesy of Brian Salter...
Six new Articles, previously published in the BAYKO Collectors Club Magazine...
Thanks to Roger Spendlove, the first evidence of a broader range of Post-War 'New Series' sets...
Thanks to Heather Monforth, we now know that there were two versions of the Mansion model...
You may also be interested in the history of ALL the official BAYKO Manual Models.
A 1949 BAYKO Sets and Parts Price List...
A 1948 BAYKO Sets and Parts Price List...
Two new 1950s BAYKO documents from the Irish Republic...
Two new BAYKO Spare Parts Re-order Forms from the MECCANO era...
A substantial number of additions to the BAYKO Product Codes page...
Following eBay's lead, I've now decided to offer printed copies of any Image on the BAYKOMAN site...
A DINKY TOYS Order Form from August, 1961, shown courtesy of Andrew Lance of the H.R.C.A....
A September, 1963 MECCANO Accessories Order form, shown courtesy of Andrew Lance of the H.R.C.A....
A September, 1965 double-sided document, courtesy of Andrew Lance of the HORNBY Railways Collectors Association...
Three new pages all related to Chris Boutal's newly discovered Post-War 'New Series' set...
Another one for the Nerds - an earlier version of the MECCANO Toy Club card, thanks to
Andrew Lance of the HORNBY Railways Collectors Association...
A photo, from Gary Birch showing a probable Plimpton Employee - and a Company Van...
A MECCANO Bulletin for retailers, June, 1962 shown courtesy of Andrew Lance of the HORNBY Collectors Club...
 
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