|Brian Dickinson 1||23/07/2018 19:37:47|
245 forum posts
You right Gareth. I am a member of the Northwales model engineering group who have there track a further 200 yards along the beach.
I have seen lots of old postcards showing model yachts being sailed on the pool and I am glad that still happens.
There won't be many scenic locations like that one
|Malcolm Frary||24/07/2018 09:51:33|
|1043 forum posts||
A disclaimer - the soft soldered rudder was on a Lindberg trawler, nothing like the forces involved on a sailboat. And there was a layer of paint between the solder and salt water. Putting a lot of force through a small contact area does need the basic strength of silver solder.
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