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3-D Armenia by SalD – Hudson River Sidewheeler, 1847

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Wow! I wonder how they keep them from collapsing? Where in Florida is this?

 

Elijah, I did learn that they spray the sand with a solution of water and Elmers glue to help keep it together.  This is in Sarasota, FL at Siesta Key public beach. 


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Connecticut Marine Model Society

Nautical Research Guild

 

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Armenia - Hudson River Sidewheeler, 1847 - 1st Scratch build 

3-D Armenia - AutoCAD model

 

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Second build - U.S. Brig Syren - Model Shipways

First Build - New York Pilot Boat 'Phantom' 1868 - Model Shipways





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