The museums Channel at iModeler

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Living Museum

Check out their FB page to access additional images and projects - well worth the time. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=947895558698952&id=126834467471736

Tiger Tank Collection & Fury Exhibit

I took these photos of The Tiger Tank Collection, and the Fury Exhibit during the TANKMOD Model Show at the Tank Museum in Bovington last October. In a worlds first, the museum has brought together every member of the Tiger Tank family in one d[...]

RAF Museum, Hendon, London (part two)

Friday started great (Rob, your briefing makes my day) and just got better. I did some modeling, went to see 'Dunkirk' with my son, found that I really underpaid for my Adolf Galland painting (and genuine signature), pre-ordered a new Tamiya 1/2[...]

Clyde room pt3

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 museum

Clyde Room pt2

And some more,

Airing some full scale stuff at Arsenalen museum

Yesterday was a Bring-out-the-vehicles day at Arsenalen military vehicle museum just outside the town of Strängnäs, Sweden. I try to be around a bit to volunteer for the activities as there are not many actually hired staff to keep the museum an[...]

Clyde Room

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 ships are whale bone made by p.o.w.s.[...]

A visit to a PT boat

I had an opportunity to spend a day at the Museum of the Pacific War / Nimitz Museum in Fredericksburg, Texas a few days. For those who haven't been, I recommend you make a stop there; it will be worth the trip. Since I am interested in PT boa[...]

GAF Jindivik Mk 203B

Another Jindivik? Yep. This one was photographed at the South Australian Aviation Museum in Port Adelaide, a short ride by train from Adelaide city centre. From a distance they look much the same but once you are up close you will find a number [...]

GAF Jindivik Mk 303A

And now to something completely different...a drone! In 1948 development begun in Australia to find a suitable unmanned aircraft for missile test purposes. In 1950 a manned prototype called Pika was flown for the first time and the unmanned GAF [...]