Splinter Padding -22mm x 11mm panels 1:72 scale (24)
Splinter Padding sections as fitted around corvette bridges and around gun installations and other areas on many other smaller vessels. These units are cast with detail on BOTH sides for your economy and to aid scale thickness when using in areas where padding sections might be added both inboard and outboard of pipe railed areas
(designed to be used with Airfix Vosper Motor Torpedo Boat/MTB and Revell Flower Class Corvette kits)
Contains armament related detailing etched brass and turned barrels for all the major, secondary and AA armament to upgrade the Trumpeter kit . The set consists pf 4 X Large Sized Detailed Brass Photo Etched Parts, 1 X Pre-Painted Color Etched Part, 70 X Turned Metal Parts and 8 X Resin Parts. This pack upgrades the MK1 Design Hood value pack set.
Contains mast and radar related detailing etched brass and turned barrels to upgrade the Trumpeter kit . The set consists of 3 X Large Sized Detailed Brass Photo Etched Parts, 15 X Resin Parts and 31 X Turned Metal Parts. This pack upgrades the MK1 Design Hood value pack set.
Model Marine Steam by Stan Bray This book provides all the information any ship modeller interested in powering a model boat using live steam will need. It offers both the basic theory covering the steam power plant and fully detailed drawings for the construction of simple and advanced steam engines, boilers and ancillary equipment.
There has been a huge growth in interest in live steam-powered model boats in recent years but modellers have endured a dearth of practical construction drawings for suitable steam plants. Here, the author covers many types of engine from simple oscillating cylinder types to piston and poppet valve engines and the application of radio control to the management of the boiler and engine.
The Cutter Lady Nelson is modelled on a typical British cutter of the late eighteenth, early nineteenth century.
The cutter is a native British design and was developed originally by the smugglers of Folkestone and surrounding areas. I did not take long for the Navy to appreciate the merits of the cutters design and were employed in the Navy from the middle of the eighteenth century to counter the smugglers.
The cutter was designed for speed, adopting an unusually large spread of sail for the size of vessel, deploying both fore and aft and square sails on a single mast. Cutters excelled at patrol and despatch duties due to their speed; however they were not suitable for close inshore work due to their deep draught.
This kit boasts the following features: Laser cut ply and walnut components. Double planked hull construction. Wooden dowel mast. Beech deck planking. Cast metal fittings. Cast metal cannons with plastic gun carriages. Various sizes of cord for standing and running rigging. Walnut rigging blocks and Deadeyes. Beech gratings. Etched brass detail sheet. Multi language assembly instructions. Wooden display base and brass mounting columns. Full sized profile and plan drawings with detail drawings to aid construction.
Price: £101.95 / US$110.45 (US$ Tax Free Price)
The Model Dockyard PO BOX 104 Redruth Cornwall TR15 9BJ