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>> Home > Forum > Any Other Questions! > norton cross
norton cross
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dragon
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 98
3rd Apr 2018 23:15  
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mdlbt.com/40739

Hi Anyone built MM's Norton Cross Tug and have any pictures of the model.
thinking of getting one but would like an opinion of it first.
Or something similar 34 x 11 single screw.
cheers

kmbcsecretary
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 209
9th Apr 2018 16:03  
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one of our club members built this and i remember him saying although it is a good looking tug when finished it was a pain to build with a number of mistakes on the plans and this was confirmed from the original skipper of the norton cross.
if wish to see some pics visit our website and click on the gallery links
Ron
www.kingsmillmodelboatclub.com


Former tug nut now switched to sail because of health
dragon
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 98
10th Apr 2018 09:20  
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mdlbt.com/40931

Thank you for the imfo i'll go look at the website.

dragon
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 98
10th Apr 2018 14:27  
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The webpage was very interesting thanks.
That's a nice lake.

kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 209
10th Apr 2018 14:35  
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mdlbt.com/40947

Thanks dragon hope you found the Norton cross ok
We share the lake with the local yacht club


Former tug nut now switched to sail because of health
dragon
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 98
10th Apr 2018 22:28  
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mdlbt.com/40977

yes I found it, looks good on the water might just get one.

take care