|The Tom's Model Works HMS Rodney/Nelson brass photo-etch set has all of the basics and a good deal of the more advanced detail that you need tart-up the old
Airfix kit. There are twelve runs of railing in three different patterns, eight four-bar with widely spaced stanchions, two four-bar with mid-spaced stanchions, one
four-bar with closely spaced stanchions and one run of three-bar railing. The railing is not custom deigned to fit particular locations on the kit. You'll have to cut to fit
the space desired. The two long runs of vertical ladder are more than enough for the kit. The inclined ladders with railing have trainable treads, which is quite
frequently lacking in 1:700 scale brass frets. Big ticket items that make a huge impact over the kit's plastic versions are the crane and catapult. Other significant items
are the anchors with separate cross bars, clinker grate, carley raft bottoms, Walrus parts, and boat davits. This fret also includes an electrical equipment with about
every radar fit ever carried by the ships, including Types 279, 281, 282, 284, 285, 291 and MFDF.