This also the first ship I widened the captain's cabin by kicking-out windows on both sides with 3-4-5 right triangles with the window in the middle of the 5 long side with a stack of 2 1x1 round and 1 1x1 cone bricks on each side of the window.
More information after the pictures.
click and look close and you can see that the bow gun ports are in use
stern gun ports closed and stern gun ports opened and guns run out
I was asked once:
"And how'd Timmy slip into the ranks?" (in picture just above.)
I replied that:
"Actually (I guess) if you are time cruising, you would be where the action is, and the Texas Navy makes sense, some what obscure, and thus fewer of those d#%@ time tourists crowding you out of the view! ;^) "
The pictures are also in a brickshelf gallery here.
Quoting Max Pointner
Something's wrong here! ONLY FOUR LIKES!?! What is wrong with this website! Incredible build!
Max I am glad you like it!!
It is my oldest intact ship MOC (in fact it's my oldest intact ANY MOC!), when I built it in 1997-98 I liked it so much I told myself not to tear this one apart so quickly. In the mid 2000s (~2005) I was glad that I had a few intact ships to show for years of building. And I thought (to myself) see it's good that you kept the San Legonio. Now I can't imagine ever tearing this one down for parts. enjoy