One member specializes in building 1:700 scale waterline ships. Another way to put 1:700 scale is to say that 1 inch in scale is equivalent to 58 feet 4 inches. At most meetings we will often see three or four of these ship models. Although most of these models are built from plastic kits there are exceptions to this.
Some of the model kits are very limited production run resin models. Resin is a cast material that requires much patience and quite a bit of experience in order to get good results.
Other models start out as die cast metal toys. In most cases these require quite a bit of work to make into accurate scale models.
1:700 scale waterline model ships have their advantages. There are many model kits in this scale. The models do not take up much room. There are many after market detailing products available.
Their small size and wealth of detail always attract attention wherever they are displayed.
St. Lawrence Seaway Plaque - Situated in a park that overlooks the Iroquois lock at the end of Carman Road in Iroquois, Ontario, a plaque commemorates the fiftieth Anniversary of the S...