<html> <!-- Mirrored from www.rodlangton.com/ww1/ww1txt.htm by HTTrack Website Copier/3.x [XR&CO'2010], Mon, 12 Nov 2012 17:04:41 GMT --> <head> <title>Ships and Flying Boats</title> <meta content="text/html; charset=unicode" http-equiv="Content-Type"> </head> <body bgcolor="#FFFFEA"> <p><font color="#008000"><strong><big>World War 1 Coastal Series, Scale 1:200 -</big><br> <big>Ships, Flying Boats and Floatplanes</big><br> by Langton Miniatures</strong></font></p> <p><small>In Scale 1:200, 16ft = 1 inch.</small><br> <small>The series includes vessels 'on, under and over' the sea.&nbsp; </small><br> <br> <small>The models are presented as boxed kits, complete with diagram/assembly</small><br> <small>instructions and a colour photo of a finished model.</small></p> <p><small>The detail of the models, particularly of the flying boats and floatplanes,</small><br> <small>have undergone the scrutiny of well known modellers and received</small><br> <small>their acclaim.</small></p> <p><small>Each model was assembled to verify the fit of all parts, painted and</small><br> <small>then photographed. The photo etch detail is absolutely precise.</small></p> <p><a href="reviews.htm"><small>REVIEWS</small></a><br> <small>Read some of the reviews, they say more about the models than we can.</small></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <table border="0" width="400"> <tr> <td width="129"><a href="ships.htm"><img src="britml_small.jpg" alt="britml.jpg (11373 bytes)" border="2" WIDTH="100" HEIGHT="38"></a><br> </td> <td width="259" valign="top"><font size="2">Click on this thumbnail image of the British 80ft Motor Launch to view our selection of seacraft.</font></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="129"><a href="planes.htm"><img src="short184_small.jpg" alt="short184.jpg (9113 bytes)" border="2" WIDTH="100" HEIGHT="58"></a></td> <td width="259"><font size="2">Click on the thumbnail image of the Short 184 to the first of three pages on Flying Boats and Floatplanes.</font></td> </tr> </table> <p>&nbsp;</p> <table border="0" width="400"> <tr> <td><strong><small>RNAS ARMOURED VEHICLES</small><br> </strong><small>The WW1 Coastal Series was extended to include these armoured vessels which were employed by the Royal Naval Air Service to support and protect their planes and aereodromes.</small><p><strong><small> Rolls Royce Silver Ghost</small></strong><br> <small>Kit price: 3.00</small><br> <small>The first RNAS pattern armoured car of 1914 - a modified and armoured version of the standard Silver Ghost. The kit includes body and chassis, machine gun, driver and gunner, all cast in white metal.</small></p> <p><strong><small>Admiralty Pattern Lanchester</small></strong><br> <small>Kit price: 3.00</small><br> <small>Built in December 1914, three squadrons of 12 (i.e. 36) of these cars were sent to France in May 1915. In late 1915, twenty were sent to Russia. They had a crew of 3-4 men. Armament: 1 Vickers Maxim machine gun and a Lewis machine gun stowed inside.&nbsp; The model kit is cast in white metal in three parts - chassis, body and turret.</small></p> <p><strong><small>Peerless Anti-Aircraft Lorry</small></strong><br> <small>Kit price: 3.00</small><br> <small>These vehicles had one 2-pounder Pom Pom.&nbsp; Our model is cast in white metal - chassis, body, gun and support plus two crew figures.</small></p> <p><strong><br> <small>MISCELLANEOUS</small></strong><br> <small>Packs of 10mm naval ratings are available for use with Langton Miniatures' or any other vessels of this scale. </small><br> <small>A pack contains approx 8 figures and costs</small> <small>1.20.</small><br> </td> </tr> </table> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><font face="Times New Roman" size="2"><em>Links back to other pages on this site:<br> <a href="../index-2.html">Home Page</a> / <a href="../notice.htm">Notice Board</a> / <a href="../orders.htm">To Order</a></em></font></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> </body> <!-- Mirrored from www.rodlangton.com/ww1/ww1txt.htm by HTTrack Website Copier/3.x [XR&CO'2010], Mon, 12 Nov 2012 17:04:42 GMT --> </html>