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Some good BRASS ACTION going on there.  8)
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1936 version.
This could be fun, already it's obvious that there are some errors.
There is a short piece of railing, PE-D19, that would interfere with the placement of
the boat handling crane if bent as depicted, easily sorted but what else will I find, there look to be lots
of bends to go at, hope I can get 'em all in the right place.
Haddock.
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Modelling Projects / Re: 1:48 Battle of Britain Diorama
« Last post by Haddock on Today at 12:36:22 PM »
That's better.
Persevere with the van, it'll turn out OK.
Haddock.
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Modelling Projects / Re: Lavochkin Revisited
« Last post by Wizzel on Today at 11:38:51 AM »
I could incorporate both and do a cutaway diorama of a section of the "Chunnel" from the surface to the bed of the English Channel.  I'm in the process of ordering some clear cast resin for my next project as it happens!!!  ;D
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General Discussion / Re: South Shields 2010
« Last post by Bob C on Today at 11:24:44 AM »
Nice to see old photos, is that a youthful Col. Tony and Cyril.
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Modelling Projects / Re: 3.7” HAA gun
« Last post by meremodeller on Today at 11:08:55 AM »
The plan is to have it in a small diorama along with a searchlight and rangefinder, maybe a soundlocater although I think that was a rouse in the 1940 publicity to hide that fact we had radar. Hopefully with crew. I will just about get this done and the. The likes of Tamiya will announce an IM kit for 1/3rd the price and with crew etc! ‘That’s Modelling’
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Modelling Projects / Re: Lavochkin Revisited
« Last post by MSea on Today at 10:50:16 AM »
I think they look fine, great scenic work - railway modelling next.

No move into the dark side and do a ship
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General Discussion / Re: Thank you to the carpet monster
« Last post by MSea on Today at 10:49:28 AM »
Never thought of that - seeing its all bits from different models the final one will look like one of mine - hohoho
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General Discussion / Re: Thank you to the carpet monster
« Last post by zak on Today at 10:09:10 AM »
The dreaded carpet monster, don't forget that somewhere all the bits end up. There must be complete kits up there in the cosmos.
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Modelling Projects / Re: Lavochkin Revisited
« Last post by zak on Today at 10:07:48 AM »
I think they look fine, great scenic work - railway modelling next.
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