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Schreiber 1/200 scale Titanic railings and ventilators

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Hello my friends. I'm finishing the Schreiber big Titanic. I'm not very much convinced on using the flat ventilators and the railings on this most beautiful model. Can you suggest me where can I get after-market items for this model? I tried GPM card railings but they are not good. They are extremely fragile, break very easily and almost impossible to install. I would prefer plastic or photo-etched ones. Thanks!!

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Check Loyalhanna Dockyard. I have no personal experience with them, but they've been around for a while.

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Chris Coyle
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Hi Edubarca,


here`s a German source`s web shop from Hamburg (excellent quality), it might help....for 1:200 railings





Edited by Mirabell61, 18 June 2016 - 05:44 PM.

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