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<p><font size="2">the&nbsp; basic master was produced by&nbsp;Kelvin Holmes and Mountford have done&nbsp; additional detail work and&nbsp; added certain features including brass photo etch parts and metal castings for the cranes.&nbsp;There is some&nbsp; detailed brass photo etch involved and a highly detailed&nbsp; resin casting for the superstructure.</font></p>

the  basic master was produced by Kelvin Holmes and Mountford have done  additional detail work and  added certain features including brass photo etch parts and metal castings for the cranes. There is some  detailed brass photo etch involved and a highly detailed  resin casting for the superstructure.

£49.95
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(Product Ref #90735)
<p><font size="2">Floating dry docks, particularly those used to service ballistic missile submarines, offer obvious strategic advantages. The USS Los Alamos was based at&nbsp;Holy Loch in Scotland from 1961 until struck from service in 1994, servicing US submarines and performing a hardly noticed but very important duty at that highly secret base.&nbsp;In a somewahat different form the dock is still in use today, back in the USA.<br><br>The&nbsp; basic master was produced by Terry Holtham and Mountford have done&nbsp; additional detail work and&nbsp; added certain features including brass photo etch parts and metal castings for the cranes.&nbsp;Brass photoetched parts and&nbsp;a highly detailed&nbsp;resin casting for the superstructure has produced an interesting and well presented model that can be put straight on display.<br><br></font></p>

Floating dry docks, particularly those used to service ballistic missile submarines, offer obvious strategic advantages. The USS Los Alamos was based at Holy Loch in Scotland from 1961 until struck from service in 1994, servicing US submarines and performing a hardly noticed but very important duty at that highly secret base. In a somewahat different form the dock is still in use today, back in the USA.

The  basic master was produced by Terry Holtham and Mountford have done  additional detail work and  added certain features including brass photo etch parts and metal castings for the cranes. Brass photoetched parts and a highly detailed resin casting for the superstructure has produced an interesting and well presented model that can be put straight on display.

£39.95
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(Product Ref #6617)
New for 2012! PD-50, the largest floating drydock in the world, belongs to the Russian Navy but was built in Sweden. Designed&nbsp;to dock&nbsp;the Kiev-class carriers, it is big enough to lift Kusnetsov out of the water for graving and maintenance. The model is fitted with warning sign decals and includes removeable blocks and 2x100t cranes. The full-hull submarine models are not included with this model but Mountford make similar submarines and these can be purchased from Antics.
New for 2012! PD-50, the largest floating drydock in the world, belongs to the Russian Navy but was built in Sweden. Designed to dock the Kiev-class carriers, it is big enough to lift Kusnetsov out of the water for graving and maintenance. The model is fitted with warning sign decals and includes removeable blocks and 2x100t cranes. The full-hull submarine models are not included with this model but Mountford make similar submarines and these can be purchased from Antics.
£75.00
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New for 2012! A floating drydock trimmed down and ready to receive waterline ship models.
New for 2012! A floating drydock trimmed down and ready to receive waterline ship models.
£38.00
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New for 2013! An intermediate-sized drydock for repair and maintenance of frigates, ice breakers and nuclear submarines of the Soviet and Russian navies through the cold war and beyond. The model includes two different cranes and is fitted with warning notice decals. See also the larger PD-50 dock modelled by Coastlines. The full-hull submarine is not included with this model but similar submarines are made by Mountford and can be purchased from Antics.
New for 2013! An intermediate-sized drydock for repair and maintenance of frigates, ice breakers and nuclear submarines of the Soviet and Russian navies through the cold war and beyond. The model includes two different cranes and is fitted with warning notice decals. See also the larger PD-50 dock modelled by Coastlines. The full-hull submarine is not included with this model but similar submarines are made by Mountford and can be purchased from Antics.
£48.00
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New for 2013! A typical quayside attraction in a marina.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #93037)
A 1/1250 scale model of the grey Trident Missile loading crane from Port Canaveral.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #111794)
New for 2013! A traditional-style motor yacht from the 1950s onwards.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #93034)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Bugsier 11 a modern German harbour tug in service from 2016.<BR><BR>Model length 2.7cm overall
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Bugsier 11 a modern German harbour tug in service from 2016.

Model length 2.7cm overall
£34.50
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(Product Ref #104626)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Bugsier 12 a modern harbour tug in Fairplay livery of blue hull and white upperworks as worn in 2017 to 2018<br /><br />Model length 2.7cm overall
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Bugsier 12 a modern harbour tug in Fairplay livery of blue hull and white upperworks as worn in 2017 to 2018

Model length 2.7cm overall
£34.50
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(Product Ref #104627)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Luchs a harbour tug in T&amp;S (HL) orange livery.<BR><BR>The model is assembled and painted and has an overall length of 2.3cm
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Luchs a harbour tug in T&S (HL) orange livery.

The model is assembled and painted and has an overall length of 2.3cm
£30.50
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(Product Ref #104628)
A 1/1250 scale metal model Luchs a modern harbour tug in Bugsier livery.<BR><BR>The model of Luchs is fully assembled and painted with an overall length of 2.2cm
A 1/1250 scale metal model Luchs a modern harbour tug in Bugsier livery.

The model of Luchs is fully assembled and painted with an overall length of 2.2cm
£30.50
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(Product Ref #104629)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the tug Svitzer Bargate  in 2014 by Rhenania Intug37
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the tug Svitzer Bargate  in 2014 by Rhenania Intug37
£30.00
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(Product Ref #109359)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of harbour tug Svitzer Kent by Rhenania Intug38.
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of harbour tug Svitzer Kent by Rhenania Intug38.
£32.00
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(Product Ref #109360)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the tug Svitzer Deben by Rhenania Intug39
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the tug Svitzer Deben by Rhenania Intug39
£32.00
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(Product Ref #109361)
A 1/1250 scale model of the tug Svitzer London in 2014 by Rhenania Intug40.
A 1/1250 scale model of the tug Svitzer London in 2014 by Rhenania Intug40.
£32.00
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(Product Ref #109362)
A US 300T heavy lift harbour crane by Mountford MM203/95.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #91002)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the harbour tug Smit Nederland from 1979 by Ostrowski OS-58. This model is in excellent condition and is in the original box, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the harbour tug Smit Nederland from 1979 by Ostrowski OS-58. This model is in excellent condition and is in the original box, see photograph.
£18.00
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(Product Ref #110711)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Alexandra Towing Company steam tug, Bussard,&nbsp;of 1909. This tug is preserved in Germany and takes trip passengers to sea in Kiel Week and she is modelled and painted as she is preserved and photographed at Kiel in 2007..
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Alexandra Towing Company steam tug, Bussard, of 1909. This tug is preserved in Germany and takes trip passengers to sea in Kiel Week and she is modelled and painted as she is preserved and photographed at Kiel in 2007..
£17.50
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(Product Ref #99919)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a harbour entrance with stone piers and port and starboard lights on the pier ends by Coastlines Models CL-L33.<br /><br />The fishing vessels are not included in the set but they are Navis models which may still be available to order.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a harbour entrance with stone piers and port and starboard lights on the pier ends by Coastlines Models CL-L33.

The fishing vessels are not included in the set but they are Navis models which may still be available to order.
£24.00
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(Product Ref #110026)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a modern marginal quay that might be found in remote locations anywhere. The model is by Coastlines models CL-LA08a
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a modern marginal quay that might be found in remote locations anywhere. The model is by Coastlines models CL-LA08a
£66.00
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(Product Ref #106688)
A 1/1250 scale model of a yellow missile loading crane based on that at Bangor submarine base by Coastlines Models CL-LA08.
A 1/1250 scale model of a yellow missile loading crane based on that at Bangor submarine base by Coastlines Models CL-LA08.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #111793)
A pack of two pillar-mounted water towers in light grey modelled on some at the Pearl Harbor Naval Base.
A pack of two pillar-mounted water towers in light grey modelled on some at the Pearl Harbor Naval Base.
£6.00
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(Product Ref #103711)
3 different tanks, based on liquified natural gas tanks although tanks now being built underground are larger. This set is painted light grey but Coastlines also make tanks in white &amp; blue like those on Canvey Island.
3 different tanks, based on liquified natural gas tanks although tanks now being built underground are larger. This set is painted light grey but Coastlines also make tanks in white & blue like those on Canvey Island.
£15.00
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(Product Ref #95931)
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