Cardboard model construction exhibit KRUSZEWICA in 2004

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by Scorpio, May 17, 2004.

  1. Scorpio

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    Wow
    thanx Scorpio ... the pics are great ... loved the Stuka with the cowl removed ...... speechless :shock:
    Square
  3. JRSeese

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    Any ID on those castles? I recognize the Himeji Castle and looks like Instant Durable's French National Assembly, but don't know the others... I REALLY have to learn Polish...

    Josh
  4. Jim Nunn

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    It is always a pleasure to see what the Polish Master builders can do.
    Does any know if the LCM a kit or is it scratch built?

    Jim
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    There's sailing ships behind the Mercedes truck..., a whole lot of sailing ships. Anyone have a clue as to whether we can get pictures of those also?

    Best regards, Gil
  6. JRSeese

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    There are some pics of sailing ships on the second page of the post

    Overall, outstanding quality of pics...
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    Thanks for the link, Scorpio! Those are some really amazing models! :D

    In the photo with Himeji Castle, the yellow castle on the extreme left is Schreiber's model of Hohenzollern:

    http://www.preussen.de/en/today/burg_hohenzollern.html

    The white palace next ot that is GPM's model of Baranow Sandomierski:

    http://www.travelpoland.com/index.php?pid=57&hotel_id=279&view=1

    And the big red castle in the third picture is GPM's model of Malbork, stronghold of the Teutonic Knights:

    http://www.zamek.malbork.pl/en/

    A.J.
  8. JRSeese

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    Thanks for the ID, Ajax!
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    ^ No problem, JR. I knew watching all those episodes of "Great Castles of Europe" on The Learning Channel would come in handy some day. ;) :D

    A.J.