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Celia May Plastic Hull

Celia May Plastic Hull

Celia May: Plastic hull intended for use with the plan MM1429 available separately.

This launch is a replica of the commercial Bowman Sea Jay of 1948, for wood and aluminium construction and a USE or similar simple steam plant.

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EL653/17 low drain motor

EL653/17 low drain motor

EL653/17 30watt low drain motor. At 6 volts, ideal for direct drive with prop sizes up to 60mm.

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.006" thick Phospher Bronze Sheet 125mm x 175mm

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.006" thick Phospher Bronze Sheet 125mm x 175mm

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.016" thick Copper Sheet 125mm x 175mm

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.016" thick Copper Sheet 125mm x 175mm

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Glazing Glue 3oz bottle

Glazing Glue 3oz bottle

Glazing Glue 3oz bottle

Perfect to gluing clear window and porthole glazing in place
Works on all materials
Dries clear

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HiTec Std Servo hardware pack

HiTec Std Servo hardware pack

HiTec Std Servo hardware pack, Contains Tthree servo arms and four mounting grommets, rubbers and mounting screws.

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The Battleship Dreadnought by John Roberts

The Battleship Dreadnought by John Roberts

Launched in 1906, HMS Dreadnought was the first ‘all-big-gun’ battleship and as such revolutionised battleship design for more than a generation. She was built at Portsmouth in 14 months, a record which has never been equalled, and when she was launched she was superior in both firepower and speed to anything then afloat. Perhaps even more radical than her design was the proposal to adopt Parsons turbines which at the time had been hardly tested. Though she saw little action during her career, her influence was profound and she gave her name to a class of ship that dominated the high seas for more than a generation.

The ‘Anatomy of the Ship’ series aims to provide the finest documentation of individual ships and ship types ever published. What makes the series unique is a complete set of superbly executed line drawings, both the conventional type of plan as well as explanatory views, with fully descriptive keys. These are supported by technical details and a record of the ship’s service history.

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Marine Modelling Magazine August 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine August  2014

Marine Modelling Magazine August 2014

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Eccleshall Eccleshall
Ref: MM2095
Eccleshall : This is a freelance model based on typical British paddle tugs of the early 20th Century.

The approximate scale is 1:36, giving a model length of 27 inches (69cm) and weight of 7 1/2 pounds (3.4kg). Hull construction is mainly in balsawood with some plywood and card. The model is powered by a single geared electric motor (MFA 919 D501) with a final pulley drive to the paddle wheels. The paddle wheels are made from styrene (plastic) sheet. Two function radio control is used to control the rudder and paddle speed.

The accompanying full construction article was first published in the June 2014 issue of Model Boats.



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Cleopatra Cleopatra
Ref: MM319
Cleopatra: An unusual semi-scale stern-wheel paddler, as used on the Nile or in the Yukon, for electric drive. Simple, all balsa construction, belt drive paddle. A good performer, but restricted to calm weather. L.O.A. 27in. Beam 7in



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Zulu Zulu
Ref: MM1329
Zulu: Extremely detailed drawings of an Indian lake and river sternwheeler. Overall length is 50½ins.by 11 ins. Sheet one shows side and deck views; sheet 2 sectional elevation and engine details; sheets three, four and five, cover details of stern wheels, engines and other fittings. For experienced modellers. Drive is electric but all steam engine parts can be made to rotate



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PS Prunella PS Prunella
Ref: MM1233
P.S Prunella: A semi-scale easy-to-build paddle-steamer, designed around the Mamod ME1 steam engine. Mainly balsa construction. Length 34ins. Suitable for R/C



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Marchioness Of Lorne Marchioness Of Lorne
Ref: MM1242
Marchioness of Lorne: A Clyde paddle steamer, length 44ins by 5½in beam. Profile, plan and body lines, no model construction details shown. Electric motor propulsion recommended.



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PS Britannia PS Britannia
Ref: MM1336
P.S Britannia: A 1:64 scale model paddle steamer for Mamod SE3 steam power unit. Plan shows hull lines and surface details, and a simple paddle wheel construction. Hull length 43in. by 5in. Beam



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Hiawatha Hiawatha
Ref: MM1401
Hiawatha: American East Coast Paddle Steamer for electric power. Although a relatively small model at 47ins long, she is reasonably stable for a model of this type if the superstructure is kept light. Very detailed and annotated five sheet plans show all necessary details



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PS Royal Falcon PS Royal Falcon
Ref: MM381
P.S Royal Falcon: A simplified 24in. model based on the famous Thames estuary pleasure boats, employing paddles belt driven from a small electric motor. Beam 4 ½in. Very easy and inexpensive construction.



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St Louis Belle St Louis Belle
Ref: MM826
St Louis Belle: By popular request, a 1:64 scale model of a Mississippi stern-wheeler, though not based on any particular prototype. Suitable for a working or static model; for builders of some experience. Length 33in. beam 6½ in.

A Glass fibre hull is available for this plan HULMM826



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TS Totnes Castle TS Totnes Castle
Ref: MM1174
P.S Totnes Castle : An attractive model of a small paddle steamer used n the river Dart from 1923. Scale 1:32, giving a displacement of 9lbs. Hull Length 42½in. beam 6¾in. No model details.



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