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Albion by Bryan-the-pirate Lieutenant   Posted: 2 days ago
A superb looking boat, If you sailed it in Liverpool would it be a Wherry across the Mersey?😊

new brighton model boat lake by pmdevlin Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 4 months ago
New Brighton (Wirral), Hoylake, West Kirby (Ashton Park) Gautby Road (Birkenhead) all on the Wirral Peninsula, and all within 30 mins of each other, are public lakes, anyone can sail on them, with the exception of ic and I believe only NB allows steam. Gautby road will allow ic, they have a club that races there on certain days. Out of courtesy, if the clubs are in attendance, its nuce to say hello. Ashton Park is an ornamental lake with wildlife, so sailing area is a bit restricted, and you can get a lot of public "tut tuts" if sailing in nesting season etc. This lake might have private permission, and tbh isn't worth the mither when the other lakes are so close. Gautby road is by far the best, however in an area that attracts a load of kids, and the odd "tinny" drinker. I go there with an eye to the surroundings, if you know what I mean, its got one way in, one way out, but is a fantastic lake with water that is right to the top. Hop through the Mersey tunnel, and you also have newshaw Park in Liverpool, 20 mins away, big lake with a club, and public. We are well served in this area👍 To give you an idea of the lakes My 4 ft Fireboat at Hoylake (that box has now been removed) My 4 ft Huntsman at Gautby Road (not great quality sorry)

Mersey ferry Wallasey/Marlowe by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 4 months ago
There used to be a display of ferries models in the booking / entrance hall of old Mersey ferries . They were all in glass cases round the walls.I don't know where they are now but could help if you can find them .Try the Maritime museum.👍

Mersey ferry Wallasey/Marlowe by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 5 months ago
and Welcome Aboard! 👍😎

Mersey ferry Wallasey/Marlowe by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 5 months ago
Hi Rob, try here http://www. style='background-color:yellow;'> or here or here Happy Hunting, cheers Doug 😎

Mersey ferry Wallasey/Marlowe by robhall Seaman   Posted: 5 months ago
Hi all. I am looking for pictures especially on board pictures of Wallasey or Marlowe.Any help greatly appreciated.Bob Hall.

Fireboat or similar by pmdevlin Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 8 months ago
Hi all, I have a pal who has come through a bad illness, he needs purpose, he loves rc boats, especially military, but doesnt own what I call a proper model. If anybody has a refurb, in Merseyside, Wirral, Cheshire, can I have it? Very limited funds, so free to next to nothing please! I will do the rebuild with him, its not for resale or profit, thanks Paul

EGREMONT by 4clubs Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 8 months ago
[Score: 5/10] 38"/1400g EGREMONT Twin Propellors (3 Blade 25mm) - Comments: Just Completed another Egremont Mersey Ferry in different colours this time. Not yet decided on power, electrics, etc just for show at the moment. Will probably sell it and let the new owner put in his own electrics.

Model Slipway - Drumbeat of Devon by sailorboy61 Seaman   Posted: 11 months ago
A very reluctant sale due to a change of direction and need (instruction) to make space. Boxed, as new, un started, out of production Drumbeat of Devon kit by Model Slipway. Looking for £300. Can deliver to Ellesmere Port show if needed. Located on Merseyside.

Mersey Ferry "Mersey" by allenrod Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 11 months ago
Great looking model, would love to own one like this, just a bit out of my price range though, good luck with the sale. Allen R

Mersey Ferry "Mersey" by 4clubs Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 11 months ago
1/48 scale (38 inches long) Mersey Ferry "MERSEY" from early 1900's. Fully working model ready to sail c/w 2.4GHZ radio/Tx. Well detailed scratch built from original photos. Buyer collects from Maghull Liverpool Merseyside UK. £500 ono

Mersey ferry Royal Daffodil (ex Overchurch) by 4clubs Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 11 months ago

Mersey ferry Rose for sale by 4clubs Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 11 months ago

Mersey Ferry RC workingModel by georgeo5664 Lieutenant   Posted: 11 months ago
wow what a brilliant well made model you have there 👍

Mersey Ferry RC workingModel by 4clubs Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 11 months ago
Now Sold SOLD