MTB 282 Model

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DAttrill62
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MTB 282 Model

Postby DAttrill62 » Thu May 16, 2019 9:52 am

Hello,
Can anyone suggest a good home for my late father's MTB model? My father, Les Attrill served on 282 in India in 1943 as a Telegraphist and he sadly crossed the bar in 2008. His widow joined him in December last year. Thank you for any advice you can give.
Dave Attrill
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David Carter
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Re: MTB 282 Model

Postby David Carter » Thu May 16, 2019 5:14 pm

Hi Dave Thanks for this post. I can think of some good homes, depending on where you live. I guess it is quite delicate and would need careful transport. There are some RN and coastal forces museums and London Branch could make good use of it at a boat show in July. Let me know where you are, and I could advise. Kind regards David Carter (Secretary)


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