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Stokoe Ridley12/04/2020 14:30:00
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Since my last post "Victorian Steam Launch", I found another free plan from my Model Boats collection - The Dredger Ramsgate.

I scaled up plans and built in my usual way. Plank covered in bandage then car body filler. I am quite pleased with the way it has turned out. All lights work including the machine. As you can see it works out of the "Tyne" now. All hand painted and lettered.

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Stokoe Ridley12/04/2020 14:31:27
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Chris Fellows12/04/2020 21:58:26
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Another lovely model. Do you use them on the water?

Chris

Banjoman13/04/2020 10:33:53
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Fully concur with Chris: a really lovely model, indeed!

Mattias

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