Finally finished the lumber carrier. Made some scale lumber laods to suspend from the deck cranes and then heavily weathered the whole ship with both Polyscale weathering and Bragdon dry weathering. The old rust bucket has been in service since the end of WW1 and has had some upgrades like a surplus radar set after WW2 and was refitted with two Alco engines from scrapped landing ships. Salt encrusted from the heavy seas in the Pacific Northwest she soldiers on carrying cargo and people to the remote areas of the region. Her owners the CP haven't figured out yet whether to keep her sailing or sell her to a private owner, or for scrap. The gangway was made from styrene channel and railings and the tread is brass screen that has been chemically darkened. Bow shot. She still has her crows nest on the mast, and a top deck steering station for close manuvering that has better visibility than at the inside con.