Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439

Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439

Amati

AM 1439

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  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439
  • Sidewheeler Robert Lee - Amati 1439

Details

Model data:

    Scale: 1/150
    Length 60 cm

The assembly model contains all the elements needed to build the model, including:

    Building instructions and construction plans
    Strips of various types of wood
    Laser cut parts from plywood
    Wooden and metal accessories
    Photo-etched parts
    Solid wood hull
    Thread

The wooden model of the sailing ship does not include varnish, glue, paints, stand and figures from the photos.

Some details of the model require painting.

Amati
AM 1439

Data sheet

Lenght
60 - 70 cm
Scale
1/101 - 1/150
Hull construction
Solid wood

Description

The development of steam engines, starting with the Newcomen machine, meant that the traffic on the existing rivers could take place along the current of the river but also against the current. Thanks to this breakthrough invention, among other things, river passenger transport was developed, carried out by ever larger and more beautiful rear- and side-wheelers. The development of river navigation also provoked the organization of river ship races. It was the sidewall Robert E. Lee who won one of such races in 1870, because after covering 750 miles upstream between New Orleans and Saint Louis, he won with the Natchez in less than 4 days.

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