Category Archives: Member Project

Blue Toon – adding the keel

So, the bulkheads were all in place on the building board. The slots were all cut ready to accept the keel, and then the keel was put in place for a dry fit. There was some fine tuning to be … Continue reading

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The Guild And the Titanic

The Guild has had a long association with the Titanic. In 1994 guild members built and launched the Titanic Model you can see in the Pond at the Public Gardens every summer. The model is 1:100 scale – it’s 9 … Continue reading

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Steam Engine Construction

Watch as Mike Concannon describes the construction methods used in his latest steam engine. He Itroduced the project to us back in November This engine is going in my 1/36 scale Thames river paddle steam tug.

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Mike Concannon’s Latest Steam Engine

I am building a new engine and making a video of my progress. The Video will be posted at a later date, But in the meantime, here’s a picture to whet your appetite.. This engine is going in my 1/36 … Continue reading

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Peter Douglas – Show and Tell

Bellow are pictures of my 12 inch long waterline models taken by MSM Guild member Jim Thompson at the October meeting. The 1st is the USS CYCLOPS, a US Navy collier lost with all aboard in the Bermuda Triangle in … Continue reading

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Mike Concannon’s Tancook Whaler

The plans used were drawn by Howard Chapelle from a boat in Middle River, NS, and bought from the Mystic Seaport in CT, USA . Robert Posts book on the Whaler was most helpful. Scale is 1/8, giving a length … Continue reading

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