The kit features a mid-sized intercostal and river towboat typical of those built in the late 1970's. The model includes all the parts needed to complete the kit including cast metal detail parts. The Arrow Lakes Lumber Company commissioned the construction of the CR Lamb in 1907 for $23,000.
Constructed with a wooden hull, she was 94 feet long and twenty feet wide, with a draught of four feet. She spent more than two and a half decades serving the logging company and residents of the Shuswap Lake before being bought by Captain William Louie. This ship is typical of the many that saw their way around the lakes, rivers and coastal systems of North America at the turn of the 19th century. The model is the latest in our line of Masterclass kits and has outstanding detail for this size model. We have also included some pre-wired LED’s and a power source to let you light the model with a very scale like appearance and light level.
Multiple sheets of laser cut and engraved stabilized Resin Impregnated Board (RIB) for crisp, high resolution detail. Micro LED lighting kit with prewired micro LED’s for lighting the deck, marker lights, etc.


This classic design boat is beautiful in the water, its elegeant lines depicting tugboats of days gone by.
THIS BOAT IS A CUSTOM BUILT ORDER.  PLEASE ALLOW 15-18 BUSINESS DAYS FOR YOUR ORDER TO SHIP TO YOU FROM THE DATE OF PAYMENT.
Then just buy the gift certificate and he can call us to redeem it with his decision on which kit to buy.
Purchase a gift certificate that you can put under the tree and he can enjoy making the decision after Christmas. The vessel had two 34 horsepower engines made by the Schaake Machine Works in New Westminster for a gross weight of 192 tons. He ran the boat well into the 1930’s providing cargo carriage, passenger services and even moonlight cruises and dances on-board.
Lamb story, Captain Louie who had captained the CR LAMB for 15 years and then bought the CR LAMB and continued service into the 1930's with the boat, was of Chinese decent, but born in Canada. She would be at home on any logging railway or in support as a ferry or cargo boat supporting your railway as part of the extended transportation network.
3D engraved parts, scale rigging, and simple, but good looking railings help you look like you spent hours getting the railings right, but really they won't!.
Impressive in the water as well as upon its stand, the Savannah Harbor Tug stands out as a masterpiece of ready to run modeling.


He took a lot of flack from government and press when he forced the Waterways commission to keep the opening span bridge working on the Thompson River long after the government had deemed it not necessary for shipping traffic. The model can even be built to have the paddlewheel rotate if you wish (you supply your own motor), or trim it flush to fit on your layout water surface. Lamb was decommissioned in 1936, her hull filled with gravel and now rests underwater in the Thompson River at the end of 8th Avenue in Kamloops BC.
He was somewhat of a unspoken legend in these parts, keeping the steamboat working well past its prime. Every fitting on the boat is in its correct place and the models scale wake and power will impress you. He even converted the upper deck of the ship to a dance floor and had bands and parties under the stars on the lake.
THIS TASK TAKES ABOUT 20 MINUTES TO DRILL SEVERAL SMALL HOLES AND THEN TIE THE TIRES THRU THE HOLES.



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