Dated: June 24, 2008.
Building a colonial era gunboat
Mr. Nuno M. Cabešadas
A few details more are now present, among them life buoys, made from small o-rings with red paper stripes around. Paper clips had been cut and are now supporting threads running between the front and back platorms and the tissue, made from kleenex paper. In the rear, its possible to see the support for the detachable flag mast, making easy to use different flags and in the front a small part with thread around may be linked with tha anchors. All these features are easy to be spotted in Colonial era river gunboats, many of them have large areas of tissues to provide shadow to the crew.
Nearby, is a railroad section ready to receive a military train like this:
Again, the future Nordenfelt and navy crews are need to complete the set. Something that is always usefull for those who build colonial boats or ships:
Just print a couple sheets and you are ready to glue them around a flag pole or to a thread hanging from a mast.
Many thanks to Mr. Nuno M. Cabešadas.
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