Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Lochinvar Clyde Puffer Plans

Clyde Puffers were small coastal cargo ships used in west coast of scotland to carry goods between islands through canals... Puffers had steam engines and the "Puffer" name came from the sound of the old steam engines. With the improvement in steam technology, they no more puffed but the name standed still... You can find more info on internet about puffers, especially about the "Vital Spark"
I built a small one from this plan by printing it on A4 paper, it has no scale information, so we can say that you're a little bit free on it...

You can visit www.freeshipplans.com to download the plans.

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