Drop in to The Little Aviation Museum blog to see the latest additions to the Museum’s collection.
Unlike previous months when I’ve presented photos of my most recent models and then some oldies, now that I’ve got The Little Aviation Museum up and running I only need to show pictures of the recently completed ones. To see other models made by me and my friends have a look in the galleries of … More Models for May 2022
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This month I completed three models. The most complicated of them was this Consolidated LB30 which is something I’ve wanted to make for some time to add to my collection of Qantas Empire Airways aircraft. Making this involved major surgery to the old Crown 1/144 Consolidated B-24 which involved new nose and tail and new … More Models for March 2022
The new additions to the museum’s collection are a mixed batch, three Japanese World War II fighters, a couple of gliders, a couple of unlikely experimental aircraft and a few more. Kawasaki N1K1 (Rex). A Japanese floatplane fighter. Kawasaki N1K1-J (George). An Imperial Japanese Navy fighter. Kawanishi N1K2-J (George). An advanced version of the N1K1-J. … More Additions to The Little Aviation Museum
It seems to me that the modelling aspect of my website had become rather large and cumbersome so I’ve decided to do something about it. The result is a new website that I’ve been working on for the past few weeks called The Little Aviation Museum. Over time it will take over the scale modelling … More The Little Aviation Museum
I’ve been busy working on a new website these past few weeks which I hope will go live in the next week or two. Lots of pictures of my model collection. In the meantime… Let’s begin with one that turned out to be a mini disaster, the Welsh Models 1/144 Bombardier CRJ2000. There are quite … More Models for February 2022
(January 2022) A Little History In 1935 Qantas Empire Airways (QEA) became Australia’s first international airline when it began flying regular airmail and passenger services between Brisbane and Singapore. The company had been formed the year earlier as a joint venture between Australia’s QANTAS and Britain’s Imperial Airways and, between them, they flew regular airmail … More Modelling the Qantas Empire Airways Catalina in 1/144