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Jim Lad

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  1. An interesting project. I have an ancestor who was a fisherman on the east coast of Scotland in the early 19th century. A bit early for a Zulu, but still of great interest. John
  2. Hello, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. John
  3. Saw that on the news last night, Steven. Great video! John
  4. Looks like it will build into a nice model, but beware of the rigging. From the manufacturer's photo, it looks like a work of fiction. John
  5. That's a very handsome looking schooner, Allan. John
  6. Hello Devildog, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. John
  7. Hello Silverman, and another warm welcome from 'Down Under'. That looks a very interesting build you've shown us. John
  8. Hello, and a warm welcome to MSW from 'Down Under'. John
  9. Hello Paul, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. A black ball shown in the fore part of the vessel indicates a vessel at anchor. By the way, that's a very nice looking little ship you've built there. John
  10. Hello Chris, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. John

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