SOME OF THE MODELS I HAVE BUILT OVER THE YEARS.
Here I am publishing some of the models that I have had the pleasure of building over the last 25 years. I hope you enjoy viewing them!
"BOSTON TYPHOON" from Mountfleet Models.
Above we have "Fishing operations underway on board my "Boston Typhoon"
Above we have a close up of the bridge area.
On display at the Harrogate Model Engineering and Model Show
REVENUE CUTTER 1804.
This model is all wood construction, the hull is a triple laminate walnut and lime
construction. The hull is all treenailed and all internal stringers are fitted.
Below is a picture of the stern of the vessel and rudder assembly.
The picture below is of the forward internal area showing some of the detailing.
"CITY" from the Mountfleet Models Admiralty Coaster.
"ROBERTO JOYA" a modified MARIE FELLING.
"SHAREEN" a modified IMARA. Sister to the above.
H.M.S. ILLUSTIOUS AT 1/96 SCALE. 7FT 6INCH LONG.
This model was built on an ex - Sirmar hull, not made by Sirmar but aquired by them.
The rest is scratch built. The picture looks as well upside down as it does the rightway up.
HMS NURTON - 1/24 SCALE.
I believe that this is the only model of Nurton at 1/24 scale. She is totally scratch
built and took over 4500 hrs to build.
The picture below gives a better idea of the size of this monster!
"SHAZY JAY" BRISTOL PILOT CUTTER.
This model is built on to a fiberglass hull. The rest being scratch built using a lot of
our products. All the woos was what we used to sell. The picture was taken a the
Harrogate Model Engineering and Model exhibition.
HMS GREY SEAL from the Fleetscale hull.
A close up picture of the starboard side of the bridge and wheelhouse housing.
Another days sailing awaits! Grey Seal was a nice vessel to sail and an easy model to make.