2111RE: [pop-pop-steamboats] Re: simple plat boat design
- Jan 24, 2010
A sister ship to the CSS Albemarle, the CSS Neuse, is preserved to this day in Kinston, NC.
Here are a couple of links for the park & the association that preserved the ship. The last time I was there, the gift shop had ¼” to the foot scale drawings of the ship for sale.
Donald E. Munsey, Jr. dmunseyjr@...
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Hi Pete and All,
I put up another home page picture to show a model of a Civil War ship, CSS Albemarle. Go to http://tinyurl.com/y8s5u4z for information about its short life, death and resurrection. It could have a coiled tube engine similar to the Tony Green Steam unit engine and a metal funnel attached to a superstructure that would be lifted to provide access to the engine and anything else inside, like R/C steering.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pete" <georgeyyy@...> wrote:
>Phlatprinter pop-pop boat hull.
> This "Wacky Lassie" could be scaled & modified for a
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