CH-113 Labrador search and rescue helicopter with a different colour scheme on each side.
(The photo did not turn out so we are missing an image of a great 1:48 scale Hasegawa kit of the MkIb Typhoon fighter - my apologies. This is a 1:48 scale Hasegawa kit if a Pulverizer II as flown by 440 Sqdn RCAF with one locomotive destroyed and two air kills. Paint by AK Interactive, Vallejo and Tamiya.)
1:32 scale Hasegawa kit of an RCAF P-40E fighter.
|RCAF 111 Sqdn served in Aleutian Islands in WWII. Originally made in the USA for the RAF, but delivered to the RCAF.|
|KGB document about "Red Arrow" Tu-98A project.|
|Hurricane XIIa "Bouncer" in 1:72 scale by Revell, with decals by IPMS Canada.|
|HMCS Iroquois in 1:700 scale by Trumpeter (Tribal Class)|
|The water effects are done on a mirror, so you are seeing a reflections of the window frame behind the table.|
|HMCS Hamilton & HMCS Annapolis, in 1:400 scale by Mirage models.|
These old four-stackers were converted during the war to single-stack warships.
|HMCS Hamilton & HMCS Annapolis|
|Made -in-Canada vehicles|
|Bison LAV, converted from an Australian ASLAV 25, in 1:35 scale from Trumpeter.|
|a very very tiny 9th Provost Corps, 1st Cdn Army, Jeep in 1:72 scale by S-Model, with a completely rebuilt grill (opened up and all individual bars added). Also added foot pedals and drilled exhaust pipe, etc. Decals by Peddinghaus.)|
|Ferret MkI scout car as served with the Lord Strathcona Horse in Cyprus, in 1:35 scale by Parkins/Cromwell models, with additional white metal parts|
|Valentine training tank, made in Canada mostly for export to the USSR. Paint by Tamiya. 1:35 scale by Dragon.|
|Otter light recce vehicle and escort. Made in Canada (1761 bodies), shown as it appeared in Normandy in 1944. Paint by Tamiya. 1:35 scale by IBG Model.|
|RCAF B-18 Digby, 1:72 scale kit from Special Hobby. Note how much it looks like a DC-3.|
|Daimler scout car MkII, recce and comms vehicle made in Canada. Paint, figure, weapons and objects by Tamiya. 1:35 scale by Tamiya.|