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  1. Brilliant thanks! Will have a look
  2. Hi All! im currently building the Academy 1/350th scale HMS Warspite. Has as anyone got any idea where I could perhaps get a cloth white ensign, for it? The Decals that have come with it aren’t too brilliant. I’ve no idea where I could source one though so any help would be great thanks! james.
  3. Yes it might take me a while to build lol
  4. Thanks for the welcome I try to build models when time allows. I’ve plenty to go at at the moment should keep me busy for a while lol
  5. Hi Mark, yes I have seen it. It’s a lovely model
  6. Hi all! Just introducing myself. Im James from Nottingham in the UK, I’m a Councillor and Military and Maritime historian. I have been building models since I was a child and it’s always been an escape hobby along with sailing and boating. Mostly I build model kits rather than scratch built but that’s mainly due to time. Thanks to @Old Collingwoodfor the introduction to the site!

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