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    100 foot long titantic model !

    thought some of you would appreciate this

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ca-garden.html

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    RE: 100 foot long titantic model !

    Be cool if it was a working model.

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    RE: 100 foot long titantic model !

    Well I think I have found the pirate ships he made on his cousin's old rowing boat for the children.

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...2,23.5,,0,9.11

    Looking at the map view, the resolution is not very good, but there is a ghostly ship shape along the canal side...

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    RE: 100 foot long titantic model !

    Umi,

    It took me a couple of minutes before I expanded the small right hand corner to see what looks like the aft section of a ship (fantail so some). Certainly looks surreal doesn't it? [X(]

    Bob

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    RE: 100 foot long titantic model !


    ORIGINAL: rblubaugh

    Umi,

    It took me a couple of minutes before I expanded the small right hand corner to see what looks like the aft section of a ship (fantail so some). Certainly looks surreal doesn't it? [X(]

    Bob

    You can expand the larger image also...


    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...,0.002092&z=19

    [8D]

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