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    There's a lot to see if you google it
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    Hi All,
    I'm trying to get either a kit or ready made model of paddle tugboat Eppleton Hall.
    I had this one made, but think it's all wrong in scale (more like a yacht hull than tugboat)! even the finish is wrong!

    Many years before she (the original) left our shores for San Francisco in 1969, I ofter used to go aboard and got to know her every inch, so to speak.

    My uncle Ben, was one of her skipper's at home port in Sunderland. My great grandad was her first in 1914.

    Any help or advice will be appreciated.
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