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Member postings for Vinnie Branigan

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Thread: It`s not working!
20/08/2008 21:38:00

It's not rocket science.  Stop posting in all capital letters.  It's bad netiquette and taken to mean you are shouting.

Vinnie 

20/08/2008 21:20:00

James, stop posting all in caps please.  It's bad manners.

Vinnie 

Thread: Coracle
20/08/2008 10:03:00

Roger Bowen and Gwen Williams visit the National Coracle Centre in Wales! 

Vinnie 

Thread: More Gas Tanks & Burners
04/08/2008 10:08:00

Award-winning steamboat modeller Martin Ranson, describes some modifications and improvements since his original article published in Model Boats, June 2005. 

Vinnie 

Thread: Ravic
04/08/2008 09:15:00

Robert Hobbs describes his restoration of a 6 Metre Yacht!

Vinnie 

Thread: Shorty!
04/08/2008 08:57:00

Shorty, a fun model built by Ashley Needham! 

Vinnie 

Thread: Tin Tug
04/08/2008 08:33:00

Dave Allen describes the return to life of his model. 

Vinnie 

Thread: M1
02/08/2008 09:09:00
Vinnie Branigan wrote (see)

Paul, the three M1 subs were actually built on K Class hulls already laid down.  What do you want to know?

Vinnie 



31/07/2008 20:02:00

Not a lot Paul.    Nighty night!

Vinnie 

31/07/2008 19:51:00

Hi Paul, M2 was converted to a seaplane carrying sub after the war and M3 into a minlelayer.  M1 was apparently re-discovered off Start point in1999 by Innes McCartney who wrote an Osprey title on WWI subs in which there's a picture of M1 wearing her late war camouflage scheme. 

Vinnie 

31/07/2008 16:57:00
31/07/2008 16:51:00
About your name or the model?     Ahhh..age!   'tis a terrible thing!
31/07/2008 16:37:00

Paul, the three M1 subs were actually built on K Class hulls already laid down.  What do you want to know?

Vinnie 

Thread: Del Prado
25/07/2008 17:42:00

Hi Jane,

I don't know as yet, I have to contact Tina whose husband passed away and relate everything to her.  I think she has the Titanic collection as well?

Vinnie 

25/07/2008 17:37:00

Bob.....it's covered in my contract of employment.  I'm not allowed to look at that site.

Vinnie 

25/07/2008 17:32:00

Thanks Bob!  And thankyou very much Jane for asking Paul.  The trouble with building it myself is firstly time....too many tanks to build!  Secondly, getting my boss to shell out £100 for it!

Vinnie 

25/07/2008 15:04:00

A few of you might be aware that in my other incarnation I have been attempting over the last year or so to dispose of a friends late husband's modelling stash. Whilst his main interests were armour related, he had a few other things which he collected. One of these is the weekly Del Prado & Osprey magazine collection of 'Build the HMS Victory'.

Being mainy into armour I haven't a clue how much something like this would be worth? Anybody have a an idea? We've been through it, and it's as supplied, all there, with each of the weekly magazines still with each of the wooden and brass parts, and factsheet etc. 100 magazines in total.

Vinnie

Thread: Moorhen Model Boat Club
25/07/2008 09:55:00

Keith Henley tells us about this club that has been established for over 28 years! 

Vinnie 

Thread: Model Boat
24/07/2008 12:37:00
24/07/2008 11:20:00

Yep.

I have X-Ray vision too.

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