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RMS Titanic has had more written about her than any other ship but, surprisingly, there is little information directed at the model shipwright. This new edition of the bestselling manual contains all the information needed to build a highly accurate model, right down to the tiniest details of the hull's rivets. The book is based on the author's own remarkable 18ft model, commissioned for a travelling exhibition through North America and Europe.
It contains a mass of practical information on how to construct every part of the great liner and is equally useful for building a small, static bread-and-butter display model as it is for creating a large-scale working version.
It is illustrated throughout with superb close-up photographs of the model, detailed drawings, and a large collection of photographs of the prototype herself. In addition the book contains a complete set of plans of the Titanic which are considered to be the most accurate yet drawn.
This new paperback edition makes all this remarkable information available again to a new generation of Titanic enthusiasts and modellers.
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