1/350 SS Induna

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Martin Page
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Re: 1/350 SS Induna

Post by Martin Page » Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:08 pm

A stunning build Al and a very well deserved Silver Gong at the Nationals... Bravo that man!

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Alan Blyth
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Re: 1/350 SS Induna

Post by Alan Blyth » Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:16 pm

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U-376 on the surface, circling the ship before firing the second torpedo that sent her to the bottom.
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The port lifeboat attempting to round the stern and reach the starboard side where she was ordered to take more crew off on the lee side - she didn't make it in time.
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The starboard boat with Bill Short in the water - the only man to have been rescued from the sea.

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Chris Walker
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Re: 1/350 SS Induna

Post by Chris Walker » Sat Nov 25, 2017 6:55 pm

Stunning stuff, Alan. The work and the pictures. I can see far more detail here than I did at Telford where it was overshadowed (only physically, mind) by you know what (perhaps bullied is a better word).

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Ian Watt
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Re: 1/350 SS Induna

Post by Ian Watt » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:55 am

Sorry Alan, it"s 1mm. too high!
Seriously, fantastic work, my mind is well and truly boggled.

Regards Ian

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Alan Blyth
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Re: 1/350 SS Induna

Post by Alan Blyth » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:58 pm

Thanks Ian, I think! There are no drawings for Induna, so undoubtedly there are inaccuracies but I got as close as I could. If the Russians would only salvage the wreck I could check some details.

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