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  • I've added a few more details:

    From my reference photos it appears that there is a light in front of the pilot house to shine over the bow.



    There is also a cord for the crew to hold on to as they make their way along the side and some bumpers that are moved into the vertical position when the boat is docked. I have positioned them as if the boat is away from the dock.



    I just have to add some life rings and to touch up any areas that need it.

    Jeff

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    • Looking better all the time Jeff. Very very nice. :up:
      Carl

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      • Jeff, that's a fine addition to your fleet. [:-captain]
        Frank

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        • The details add a lot to the appearance. it looks good!

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          • Thank you Carl, Frank, and Bill; and to everyone who has encouraged me throughout this project. She is now ready for launching:













            Now for some little people and some water.

            Jeff

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            • Absolutely magnificent!
              Gord Schneider

              President and Chief Engineer,

              Kootenay Lakes Steam & Navigation Company

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              • Jeff, congratulations! You have built a very beautiful looking and very detailed model.

                You should be very proud of yourself.

                I thank you for sharing it's construction with us, it's been a pleasure to watch!

                I hope I will get to see it in person one day.

                Greg Shinnie

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                • Jeff, I think you know how much I like that model. OUTSTANDING job.

                  :up: :up: :up:

                  Bob
                  http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=30102

                  http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=51837

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                  • Very nicely done! Anchors Aweigh! [:-captain] :up:

                    Pete

                    in Michigan

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                    • Wow, that really turned out awesome!

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                      • Thank you Gord, Greg, Bob, and Ray.

                        I couldn't have done it without the helpful advice and reference material that you and others on the forum provided.

                        Thank you for your patience and perseverance with the build.

                        Jeff

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