The Great British Holiday "Cafe on the Loch"
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Maid of the Loch was the last paddle steamer built in Britain by A. & J. Inglis of Pointhouse, Glasgow and launched on the 5th March 1953. It now sits on the banks of Loch Lomond in Western Scotland.
The model includes the Main Deck, Promenade Deck, Douglas Mickel Saloon, Café and Souvenir Shop, Lomond Lounge, Queens' Restaurant, Navigating Bridge and Wheelhouse, Top Deck and the Engine Room and Paddle Wheels.
The Model comprises of a minifigure scale model of the ship but with slight alterations for ease of building. It also contains 25 minifigures in assorted clothes.
It includes approximately 4700 pieces.