1-350 Scale Kits

ATK 35051 HMS Scorpion 'S' Class Destroyer

HMS Scorpion was one of the Destroyer of the Late War Emergency Classes designed for the Royal Navy to replace the huge losses among the fleet Destroyers in service since the beginning of WW2. They came into service from late in 1943 and served with distinction for the remainder of WW2 and continued on until the 1960s.

HMS Scorpion was sold the the Royal Netherlands Navy at the end of WW2

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £104.50 GB Pounds plus postage

Temporarily Out of Stock Pre Orders Welcome

ATK 35052 HMS Vigilant 'V' Class Destroyer

HMS Vigilant was one of the Destroyers of the Late War Emergency Classes designed for the Royal Navy to replace the huge losses among the fleet Destroyers in service since the beginning of WW2. HMS Vigilant was distinguished for her part in the sinking of the Japanese Cruiser Haguro. She served on into the 1960s and was one of the ships taken in for conversion to a Type 15 Frigate during the 1950s

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £104.50 GB Pounds plus postage

Temporarily Out of Stock Pre Orders Welcome

ATK 35053 HMS Portchester Castle 'Castle' Class Corvette

HMS Portchester Castle was one of the Castle Class Corvettes designed for the Royal Navy to replace the smaller Flower Class vessels that were being used as convoy escorts. They came into service from late in 1943 and served with distinction for the remainder of WW2.

HMS Portchester Castle featured in the movie The Cruel Sea as HMS Saltash Castle

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

This kit is the same one as previously issued by White Ensign Models

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £64.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35054 HMS Abdiel Fast Cruiser Mine Layer

HMS Abdiel was one of the Light Cruiser/ Fast Minelayer Class designed for the Royal Navy to provide a vessel for special operations. They came into service in 1940 and served with distinction through WW2 not only as Minelayers, but because of their incredible speed they were used to ferry essential supplies and personel through to Malta at the height of the siege. Other ships in the class were HMS Welshman, HMS Latona and HMS Manxman with a further two ships HMS Ariadne and HMS Apollo ordered later.

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

This kit is the same one as previously issued by White Ensign Models

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £114.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35055 HMS Starling 'Black Swan' Class Sloop

HMS Starling was one of the Black Swan Class Sloops designed for the Royal Navy to provide anti submarine protection for the North Atlantic convoys. They came into service from late in 1939 and served with distinction for the remainder of WW2 and beyond.

HMS Starling achived fame under the command of Captain Johnny Walker RN and was involved in the sinking of 15 U Boats during the Battle for the Atlantic

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

This kit is the same one as previously issued by White Ensign Models

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £68.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35056 HMS Laforey 'L' Class Destroyer

The L and M classes of Destroyers were designed almost identical with the new twin 4.7inch enclosed gun turrets a prominent feature, that were supposed to offer more protection to the guns crews whilst operating in the North Atlantic or with the Arctic Convoys. HMS Laforey served mainly in the Mediterranean area and was lost to a U boat in March 1944

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

This kit is the same one as previously issued by White Ensign Models

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £79.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35057 HMS Musketeer 'M' Class Destroyer

The L and M classes of Destroyers were designed almost identical with the new twin 4.7inch enclosed gun turrets a prominent feature, that were supposed to offer more protection to the guns crews whilst operating in the North Atlantic or with the Arctic Convoys. HMS Musketeer served mainly in the Mediterranean area and suvived the war. She was sold for scrap in 1955

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

This kit is the same one as previously issued by White Ensign Models

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £79.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35058 HMS Hesperus 'H' Class Destroyer

HMS Hesperus and her five sisters were originally built for the Brazilian Navy to the

same design as the British H class of Fleet Destroyers. At the outbreak of WW2 these ships were bought back from the Brazilian government and modified into convoy escort ships by removing Y gun mounting and equiping them with a heavier depth charge armament. Hesperus served throughout the war and was scrapped in 1947.

 

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £73.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35059 HMS Glowworm 'G' Class Destroyer

HMS Glowworm was one of the Royal Navy's G class Destroyers that were built during the inter war years. She gained fame by her lone encounter with the German Cruiser Admiral Hipperduring the Norweigian campaign early in WW2. The Glowworm was sunk due to being totally outsized and outgunned but not before making a gallant stand and inflicting substantial damage on the Hipper.

 

The kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £73.95 GB Pounds plus postage

Temporarily Out of Stock Pre Orders Welcome

ATK 35060 HMS Montgomery 'Town' Class Destroyer

HMS Montgomery, formerly the USS Wickes, was one of many of the USN Wickes class Destroyer Escorts handed over to the RN under the lease-lend agreement to provide much needed escort vessels for the Atlantic convoys until the more specialised home built ships could be brought into service.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £59.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35061 HMS Kittiwake 'Kingfisher Class Sloop

HMS Kittiwake was one of nine Kingfisher class Coastal Sloops built during the 1930s for the Admiralty's requirement for coastal convoy escorts. These tiny ships were based on the shape of the normal Fleet Destroyers but were too high a technical specification to be mass produced, therefore other types of ship were sought to do the job.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £46.95 GB Pounds plus postage

Temporarily Out of Stock, Pre Orders Taken Until Available

ATK 35062 HMS Janus 'J' Class Fleet Destroyer 1942

HMS Janus was one of the J class Fleet Destroyers that were order by the Royal Navy as an

alternative to the larger Tribal class. HMS Janus served mostly in the Mediterranean area of

operations until she was sunk by a torpedo bomber off whilst patrolling off the beaches of Anzio in January 1944.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £79.95 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

 

ATK 35063 HMS Kelly 'K' Class Fleet Destroyer 1941

HMS Kelly was one of the K class Fleet Destroyers that were a follow on order by the Royal Navy made to the same specifications as the J class HMS Kelly served mostly in the Mediterranean area of operations, under Captain (D) Lord Louis Mountbatten. HMS Kelly was sunk during the Battle of Crete in May 1941 by a squadron of dive bombers.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £83.95 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available.

 

ATK 35064 HMS Tartar 'Tribal' Class Destroyer 1944

HMS Tartar was one of the 'Tribal' class of large fleet destroyers brought into Royal Navy service prior to WW2. The class suffered heavy losses and only four out of the original sixteen ships in RN service survived to the end, HMS Tartar being one of them. The kit is based on HMS Tartar as she appeared during the last year of WW2, though the kit can be backdated to an earlier fit if desired.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £85.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 35066 US Coast Guard Cutter 'Itasca' 1938

The 'Lake' Class of US Coast Guard Cutters were built and commissioned into service in the early 1930s and carried out numerous search and rescue missions in their time, including Itasca being involved in the trans Pacific flight of Amelia Earhart and the subsequent search for her after her plane went missing. The Lake class were then transfered to the Royal Navy for use as convoy escorts after the outbreak of WW2 and became the Banff class of Sloops. At the end of the war they were returned to the USA but saw very little service before being sold.

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

Price £68.95 GB Pounds plus postage Now Available

ATK 35067 ORP Piorun (HMS Noble) 'N' Class Destroyer 1944

ORP Poirun was one of the N class Fleet Destroyers that were a follow on order by the Royal Navy made to the same specifications as the J class. Initially HMS Nerissa, she was re named ORP Poirun before completion and commissioned with a Polish crew. Poirun served alongside her sister ships in the Royal Navy with distinction throughout WW2.

In 1946 she was handed back to the Royal Navy and re named HMS Noble.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £81.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 3506** HMS Coventry ' Ceres' Class AA Cruiser 1941

ATK 35068 HMS Mary Rose 'M' Class Destroyer 1915

(Emergency War Programme)

HMS Mary Rose was one of several M class Destroyers ordered under the Emergency War Programme of 1914. She was launched in October 1915 and was Sunk in October 1917 off Lerwick by the German raiders SMS Brummer and SMS Bremse, whilst escorting a convoy.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £51.95 GB Pounds plus postage

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ATK 3506** HMS Lance 'L' Class Destroyer 4" Gun Version

ATK 35065 HMS Gorleston 'Banff' Class Sloop 1943

HMS Gorleston was one of a group of American Coast Guard Cutters on loan to the Royal Navy under the Lease Lend agreement. Gorleston herself was formerly the USCG Cutter Itasca, one of the ships involved in the search for Amelia Earhart. The kits currently available are original WEM castings and are limited in number. Depending on demand the

kits will be cast through the normal Atlantic Models production line in the future.

 

Kit consists of resin parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.

 

Price £68.95 GB Pounds plus postage Now Available

 

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