Hi all from Canada. I'm mostly into plastic models but big scale anything gets my attention. Some time ago I stumbled across a site that described a super detailed very large card model of a freighter. The kit originally started out as a study model for naval architecture students. Only the center section was offered. The students would build the ship exactly as the real thing from laying the keel, setting up the frames, running pipes and ductwork to applying hull plates. The parts were cut and assembled from card as if one was working with plate steel itself. Later the bow and stern were offered to make a kit. A search using the ship's name turned up a store in the UK that still offered the kit. It contained 18 lbs of card and cost about $300 (I can't remember exactly but it was large and expensive) The finished ship was 5 ft? long. I since have lost all the links and forgot the name of the ship and repeated searches turn up nothing. Does anyone here know more?