|That is a lot of parts but there is also a plethora of standard photo-etch parts without the relief-etching. Among these are custom-cut railing, early and late midship AA
gun platform support frames, signal lamps, two runs of anchor chain, three runs of vertical ladder, boat rudder/tiller and oars, Y gun training stops, flag staffs, various
antennas, six single Oerlikons with gun shields, accommodation ladder safety rails, funnel grates/clinker screens, yardarms, Type 286 radar, lattice mast top platform,
inclined ladders with railing and trainable tread plates, funnel sirens, binocular mounts, and life raft racks. The instructions are in the standard superb WEM format with
pictures and text presenting assembly modules for subassemblies. There are seven pages for a destroyer! Page one is a photograph of the Eskimo and general
instructions. Page two is a fret laydown with each part identified in text and numbers. Page three consists of modules on assembly of the quad machine guns, Oerlikon
guns, midships gun platform, Type 282 Yagi radar, Type 285 Yagi radar, Type 286 radar, Type 291 radar, AA Yagi radar, HF/DF array, anchors and forecastle railing.
Page four has five modules, which cover superstructure details, funnel fittings, lattice mast assembly, lattice mast top platform and details, tripod foremast assembly.
Page five has six modules, which cover boats' assembly, port side boat attachment, starboard side boat attachment, forward AA gun platform, searchlight platform
assembly and aft left raft rack attachment. Page six is the last page of modules and has six of them. Included are modules on main mast alternatives, depth charge rack
assembly, aft weapons detail, accommodation ladders, forecastle sheer correction, and four barrel pom-pom assembly (although the fret doesn't contain the brass parts
for the pom-poms and refers to WEM set 3508).