These are photographs of the 1:700 scale Combrig Pre-Dreadnought H.M.S. Duncan as she appeared in November 1905, according to a photo in Burt's book on British Battleships. In addition to the usual photo-etched rails, ladders, etc., I used 1:25 scale auto braided fuel line to make the torpedo net. It is easy to install, and looks pretty good when painted. Some mast parts, the torpedo net booms, and rigging are stretched sprue. I would also like to thank Mike Silva for his help in researching the proper shade of gray for the painting of the ship.

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Bob Cicconi