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We have now listed all remaining Artwox products. Whilst very disappointed in the news that Artwox decided to cease business, we are pleased that we were in a position to buy up all remaining stock of a large number of popular subjects including; Meng Lexington, Bismarck, Rodney and Missouri kits Flyhawk Naiad and Penelope (wooden decks, masking sheets and combination deck & masking sheet sets) Hobby Boss HMS Agamemnon, Lord Nelson, Dunkerque and Strasbourg ...Plus many more. We swept up everything we could British or German (in 1/700, 1/600, 1/400, 1/350 and 1/
Hi folks, Our first shipment from Artwox arrived today containing a nice selection of 1/700, 1/350 and 1/200 subjects - most of which are not available from our other stocked brands. We will be adding these to our webstore over the next day or two and, of course, we'll have them at Telford
I've debated weather or not I should put this up, but what the hell, I already bought the Artwox wood deck for it. I do have to finish 4 other models that I have up to the painting stage at the moment before I start, so I've put this here to remind myself to get cracking on those so I can start this. Feel free to prod me if there's no action here in a few weeks too.
History: The battleship Borodino was the lead ship of a class of five pre-Dreadnoughts built for the Imperial Russian Navy. Launched in 1901 from the New Admiralty yard in Saint Petersburg, she was intended as an improved Tsessarevitch, however the thickness and coverage of the armour was reduced. Main armament consisted of four 12 inch guns in two twin turrets, twelve 6 inch guns in six turrets, and twenty 11 pdr guns housed in casemates. Borodino fought against the Imperial Japanese Navy at the Battle of Tsushima alongside three of her sister ships, and was lost due to a magazine explosi