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Progress USS Indianapolis 1945 – trumpeter 1/350 (part III)

Yes…. I’m still working on them….. Plastruct Improvements styrene sheet, Rod,strip…, Generic PE raillings from Flyhawk, Gold Medal models vertical and inclined ladders;, cable reels, TDY-1 ECM antenna, Stokes Litters, Watertight Doors, metal chains, PE trumpeter set, Barrels 203mm and […]

Clyde room pt3

by Anthony Conway on July 9, 2017 in Ships -- 21 Comments

And the last few. The models were changed about over the years so you may have seen some that are not here. Shame the clyde room is not there now but has a poor replacement in the new Glasgow transport […]

Clyde Room pt2

by Anthony Conway on July 9, 2017 in Ships -- 5 Comments

And some more,

Clyde Room

by Anthony Conway on July 9, 2017 in Ships -- 15 Comments

HI folks.Some old photos from around 2006 before they ruined the museum by building a new one. i had to take photos in a hurry to avoid people. no details of ship names but worth a look. The whiteish sailing […]

USS Enterprise CV6

by David leigh-smith on July 9, 2017 in Ships -- 14 Comments

What can you say about the Enterprise? To me, she represents the spirit, the bravery and courage, the hope, and the good that humanity is capable of. I think it’s impossible to overstate the influence this ship had on the […]

Progress USS Indianapolis 1945 – trumpeter 1/350 (part II)

I’m still working on them….. Plastruct Improvements styrene sheet, Rod,strip…, Generic PE raillings from Flyhawk, Gold Medal models Ladders, metal chains, PE trumpeter set, antennas from Gold Medals Models, Barrels 203mm and 127mm from Master Models, Flyhawk 40MM Quad Bofors […]

1/350 Missouri 1944

by Won-hui Lee on June 29, 2017 in Ships -- 38 Comments

Tamiya Missouri WWII P.E : Lion Roar Accessory : 3Dmodelpart Orelikon Northstarmodel Figure US Navy position 1~3

Holidays and a Humble Heller and Humbrol model…

by kloster zero on June 26, 2017 in Ships -- 5 Comments

This is the good old Belle etoile from heller. I really like their sail ships collection despite its age. Here there is no fuss about engraved or not engraved panel lines, empty cockpits, and the airbrush wont add anything to […]

Should You Build a Boat?

by Boris Rakic on June 25, 2017 in Ships -- 15 Comments

I am fascinated by ships. Maybe it’s because I was born by the seaside, but their size, the smell of paint and fuel, and that peculiar mixture of purposefulness and elegance always did the trick for me. Real ships, that […]

HMS Victory, 1805

by Rob Pollock on June 20, 2017 in Ships -- 54 Comments

The Ship: HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, ordered in 1758, laid down in 1759 and launched in 1765. She is best known for her role as Lord Nelson’s flagship at the […]