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    HMS Trusty (1782) ...

    HMS Trusty (1782)

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    HMS Trusty was, a was a modified, Edward Hunt Designed Grampus Class, 50 gun fourth rate ship built by James...
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    If the stats comittee can do the maths, I can...

    If the stats comittee can do the maths, I can knock out the ship mats and ship base cards.
    It will be up to someone else to knock up the movement decks if we need to depart from the existing ones,...
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    Rob.

    Rob.
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    West Coker.

    West Coker.
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    Yes DB. At Derby which is about 15 miles from...

    Yes DB. At Derby which is about 15 miles from where I live they still have a roundhouse where the turntable used to be housed.
    Rob.
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    Could be DB. One for Bill here. "We sail the...

    Could be DB.
    One for Bill here.
    "We sail the Ocean blue and our saucy ship's a beauty."
    Rob.
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    Quite amusing really. I keep sticking them in on...

    Quite amusing really. I keep sticking them in on my ships assuming that the were the cover over a companionway down to the great cabin or a hatch or skylight cover! Never thought of a roundhouse...
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    Yet another piece of sheer artistry Julián....

    Yet another piece of sheer artistry Julián.
    Thanks for posting these superb pictures.
    Rob.
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    HMS Grampus (1782) HMS Grampus was an Edward...

    HMS Grampus (1782)

    HMS Grampus was an Edward Hunt designed Grampus Class 50 gun fourth rate ship. The only other ship of her class HMS Cato was lost on her maiden voyage in late 1782. Grampus was...
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    An affair in Morocco (Part two)

    Characters introduced into the story thus far:-

    Algerine and Moroccan Persona.

    The Dey of Gizzanoffa: Kamel Mudanyaei.
    His Vizier: Amin Giffar.
    The Dey’s: Admiral Kulin Bey.

    American...
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    Parkhurst.

    Parkhurst.
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    How about the.

    How about the.
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    Hi Henry. Good to hear from yo officially on the...

    Hi Henry.
    Good to hear from yo officially on the Anchorage at last.
    I hope you will enjoy sharing our interest in all things naval and modelling in general.
    I wish you every success with your new...
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    All bread and butter stuff that we need to get...

    All bread and butter stuff that we need to get DB.
    Rob.:thumbsup:
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    I would certainly be up for a Kickstarter of...

    I would certainly be up for a Kickstarter of Continentals if it were 1000th scale.
    Rob.
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    The expensive bit of this looks like being the...

    The expensive bit of this looks like being the perspex for the bases if you going to upsize them to match.
    Rob.
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    HMS Medusa (1785) HMS Medusa was John...

    HMS Medusa (1785)


    HMS Medusa was John Williams designed Experiment Class, 50 gun fourth rate ship, approved on the 9th of November, 1772. The prototype, Experiment, however, was taken by the...
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    HMS Assistance (1781) HMS Assistance was a...

    HMS Assistance (1781)

    HMS Assistance was a John Williams designed Portland Class 50 gun fourth rate ship, built by Peter Baker at Liverpool. Ordered on the 11th of February, 1778, laid down on the...
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    I would have told him to get re-paignt-on it...

    I would have told him to get re-paignt-on it again.
    Rob.


    West Cork.
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    Having to dig deep into the recesses of the beer...

    Having to dig deep into the recesses of the beer cellar in order to find any remaining brands now Dave.
    Rob.
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    Hi Vol. The reason that Henry could not register...

    Hi Vol.
    The reason that Henry could not register was that the request we send out for E-mail confirmation had gone to his spam box.
    I hav sorted it out as soon as I came on line this morning, so he...
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    Certainly save a whole lot of money and chunk of...

    Certainly save a whole lot of money and chunk of printing ink doing it your way gents.
    If I ever decide to go large I will bear this in mind.
    Rob.
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    Masts and sails would save a lot of work even if...

    Masts and sails would save a lot of work even if I replace the masts with metal ones.
    Rob.
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    Calibrating the Laser pointer.

    Calibrating the Laser pointer.
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    HMS Europa (1783) ...

    HMS Europa (1783)

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    Europa approaching Port Mahon, Minorca, by Anton Schranz

    HMS Europa was a John Williams designed Portland...
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