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HM Ships Jekyll and Hyde

HM Ships Jekyll and Hyde

Dr MARCUS ROOKS and his two semi-scale J class destroyers

Frolic

Frolic

JAKE KELSO restores an old pond yacht Subscribers Only

A Thames Barge and a Sailing Dinghy

A Thames Barge and a Sailing Dinghy

MALCOLM BARD from Queensland, Australia, describes his models

Interceptor 42 Pilot Boat

Interceptor 42 Pilot Boat

DAVE ABBOTT reviews the Models by Design semi-kit Subscribers Only

Great Eastern sails again!

Great Eastern sails again!

ROBERT ABELL describes the making of the Atlantic cable laying feature for the BBC Coast programme

Sally Slade

Sally Slade

ROBERT HOBBS restores a vintage ketch

Thames River Police Launch

Thames River Police Launch

DAVE WOOLEY's semi-scale model built in eleven days! Subscribers Only

MIGHTY SERVANT 3

MIGHTY SERVANT 3

JEAN-PIERRE COURVOISIER scratch builds an amazing 1:100 scale model Subscribers Only

USS INDEPENDENCE LCS-2

USS INDEPENDENCE LCS-2

BRIAN JOHNSON builds a water jet powered 1:110 scale Littoral Combat Ship Subscribers Only

Two models of HMS Warspite

Two models of HMS Warspite

PAT KEOGH’S creations

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