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  • 5 January 2018

    “Frenchmen” – it’s a colloquial name of five classic tramp steamers bought in French shipyard Chantiers Navals Français by Polish Merchant Navy in 1927. They served luckily before and during the II WW with one exception. S/s “Toruń” was scuttled and in Gdynia in 1939 and after the Polish campaign used by the Germans. After the war she happily returned to Poland. Over […]

  • 22 December 2017

    Surfing in the net I found a bounch of quite interesting pictures from Westerbroek. “Achilleos” and “Suffolk Coast” are my favourites.  This link is also fascinating.

  • 10 December 2017

    While “Pionier I” is milling I would like to show you my next Scottish inspitarion. A tiny and beautiful “Glasgow Puffer” spotted in Inveraray. Lots of them supplied smal ports in Western Scottland. Oryginally the funnel was placed in front of the weelhouse. The most famous ship of this class was “Vital Spark”. Here is the link for the nice sea shanty (low […]

  • 28 November 2017

    One of my recent trips was to Islay in Scotland. Incerdible landscape, friendly people, delicious cuisine. I was lucky, cause even weather was stable and beautiful.

  • 13 December 2016

    I like an atmosphere of the port cities. Those which fascinates me the most are Liverpool, Hamburg, Brest, Taranto, La Rochelle, Stockholm, Tallin and of course Gdynia. The first two are closely connected with the graetest idols of my youth – the Beatles. While I was modelling the double-decker i recalled the interview with Paul McCartney who told the story how young George […]

  • 4 November 2016

    A couple days ago I recieved an email with a question – why I don’t have a Town Hall kit. Well, maybe because my buildings are suitable for rather small towns, so having the Town Hall was in my opinion a bit too much. But after few hours of surfing in the internet, I found out that actually lots of small towns have […]

  • 23 August 2016

    This year I wanted to fly over the Hel Peninsula as I did two years ago. It is fascinating to see this so well known places from a bird’s-eye view. It’s very similar perspective when you look down at 1:700 dioramas 😉 Maybe that’s why I enjoy theese kind of flights so much. You may notice railway line running along the peninsula, Hel […]

  • 21 July 2016

    Here are some pictures of V2 rocket, with narrow-gauge in the background. These pictures turn me on… 😉

  • 29 January 2016

    I am working on my new Kriegsmarine set with two watch radars (FuMo 2 i FuMo 303). This kind of equipment was very common on coastal posts along the Atlantik Wall. The set will be available in February.

  • 13 October 2015

    This solid structures was designed to protect Kriegsmarine crews in many harbours in Geramany and occupied countries in the whole Europe. This particular bunker had enough room to contain at least 750 sailors. For more information you may visit: http://www.truppenmannschaftsbunker.de/objekte/objektefortsetzung/gding3/bu.html