Further Bridge Progress

After discussing the results of the members consultation on the various bridge design options and taking these comments into consideration,it was agreed that the best way forward was to construct a four-arch bridge on stone piers. A four-section bridge had been mentioned by a few members and it was felt that this would look correct Read more about Further Bridge Progress[…]

Bits & Pieces Evening & The Farr Trophy

This years event was well attended with a good selection of members work on display.  The range of engineering undertaken is quite amazing.  Projects ranged from examples of precision machining and milling exercises undertaken by apprentices as part of their training which produced ‘novelty’ items through to a miniature petrol engine ‘Sealion’ designed by Edgar Read more about Bits & Pieces Evening & The Farr Trophy[…]

Serious STEM, no ‘A’!

With apologies to Steve Wright’s serious jockin’! Midlothian Science Festival ran an event in The National Mining Museum at the Lady Victoria Colliery, Newtongrange.  ESME were asked if they would like to put up a display to support the event which aims to bring all sorts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) activities together.  Read more about Serious STEM, no ‘A’![…]