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John Parker explains the historical significance of these Australian riverboats, trips on which are a hugely popular tourist attraction today, and the prospects for modellers…
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The family of former Editor Paul Freshney have decided to sell 10 of his models. They feel they it would only be right to find owners who would be able enjoy them, as indeed Paul would have appreciated.
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Not only will they keep your copies in pristine condition, it’s also a great way of organising and displaying them. […]
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It is with sadness we announce the death of Paul Freshney, who passed away peacefully at his home in Brentwood, Essex, on 27 December 2020.
Following an unavoidable suspension of publication due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now delighted to inform you that Model Boats will return with the August issue.
Report from Colin Bishop (Orginally published in 2008) On a Baltic cruise to mark a birthday, the significance of which […]
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This three year project for HMS Clyde (at 1:48 scale) appealed because of the ship’s stark hull lines.
A Canadian from British Columbia, Steve’s first model was a 1:96 scratch-built HMS Exeter, made when he joined the Canadian Army in 1965, aged 18.
This steam tug is a familiar site in Vancouver Harbour and the surrounding waterways as she is still seaworthy, but […]
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