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Spitfire V Seaplane - Royal Scots Navy, Inverewe, 1944

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Doug K:
Over in the Alternative History section I posited a different timeline had WW1 been 2 years later, allowing the Home Rule bill of 1914 to progress and resulting in an independent Scotland in a mutual defence pact with the rUK. Given sea lochs and other deep water anchorages requiring defence from marauding long-range Axis bombers, perhaps this could be the ideal answer? After all, the original concept was inspired by Norway's fjords....

I hope to get it built before the end of the GB... work and other interruptions permitting!

102_5718 by doug_alba, on Flickr

Dizzyfugu:
Looking forward to your interpretation of Scottish markings!  :thumbsup:

Doug K:

--- Quote from: Dizzyfugu on December 28, 2017, 06:40:32 am ---Looking forward to your interpretation of Scottish markings!  :thumbsup:

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Thanks, I know what I want, not sure it'll work - we'll see.
Need some inkjet decals first though!

Tophe:
Interesting... :thumbsup:

Doug K:
Sorry no build pics, but itís coming, honest!

Itís been a very long time since I focussed on 1/72, what little aircraft modelling Iíve done of late has been 1/48th. It seems very, very small!
Though ironically the air groups of my model ships are 1/144....

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