Like you Tilly, when I decided to build this model, I chose to use those two photos of 93 at Vospers as the main source of detailing. They’re high resolution photos and can be enlarged usefully to give really useful detail of many of the fittings
Note that the for’d monitor is positioned much further forward than the later ones and there was no breeches connection.
Also, the lifting eyes extend down, outside the hull and the RAF roundel has no white or yellow outer ring.
Mine is a 34 inch version, based on the original Rowell design, but all scratch built, including all fittings. The main construction differences were to add tabs to the top of each of the bulkheads to allow them to be fixed to a base board during the build. This allowed extra longitudinals to be added to the front third of the hull that in turn allowed that front third to be diagonally planked to achieve the true hull form of the original. I also made the cockpit roof removable to allow access to be able to clean the fitted instrument panel at a later date.
I’ve attached some photos of it since recent completion. More details later.