Mornin Frank, I too had found this site. Paper models are an interesting source for creating metal versions. All of your advice on the subject is good. I veMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 18, 2006View Source
I too had found this site. Paper models are an interesting source for creating metal versions. All of your advice on the subject is good.
I've placed a file Demologos.Bischoff.pdf in the "FILE" folder. It was written last year by a friend for the SFSF's newsletter THE BOILER ROOM. It mentions Fulton's other boats.
P.S. Gary also took the photos of the 1909 CLERMONT replica's ribs in the mud flats on the Rondout Creek in Kingston, NY.
> Hi All,
> I "borrowed" the new home page image from the Delta 7 Studios website
> because it shows paper models of several of Robert Fulton's that I haven't
> seen before. I borrowed this description too:
> "This new series from designer Matt Sparks was more than a year in creation.
> Painstakingly researched and wonderfully brought back to life, Robert
> Fulton's ships sparkle with creativity and invention. Here in one series are
> the famous Nautilus submarine that Fulton tried to sell to Napoleon and the
> Clermont that set the stage for every other steamship. Also here are his
> less well known but possibly more historically significant New Orleans
> (first commercial steamship) and Demologos (first steam powered warship)."
> For more information, go to the links section to click on: "Robert Fulton's
> nautical legacy"
> Best wishes, Frank