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 on: Today at 04:21:33 AM 
Started by paulr - Last post by paulr
I noticed that an esteemed member of this forum posted the following on another forum

I thought it well worth sharing here, I will certainly be finding some time for some reading

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 on: Today at 04:12:16 AM 
Started by Maenoferren - Last post by paulr
 Thumbs up Applause Thumbs up

Definitely coming together Smiley

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 on: Today at 03:03:49 AM 
Started by bigjackmac - Last post by bigjackmac
Thanks everyone, I do appreciate the comments, glad folks are getting some fun out of them.  Iíll try and post the next fight tomorrow night, Thursday at the latest.

V/R,
Jack

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 on: Today at 12:05:50 AM 
Started by Heedless Horseman - Last post by Heedless Horseman
While idly channel hopping, I chanced on 'Wings Of War' on the Battle Of Britain. Yes, we've all seen the Spanish Civil War Heinkels in BoB before...BUT THEN there was the real eye opener!  Cool
What fantastic investigative journalism has uncovered previously unseen footage of a U.S B17 dropping bombs on LONDON? My God! This could destroy the 'Special Relationship' for ever! Was there a secret arms deal? Was there a Staffel of Neo-Nazis in the Luftwaffe? Was the U.S.A playing a double game?  Shocked  Shocked  Shocked

(Actually someone could use this for gaming...if they could be bothered!)    Wink

I switched off.  Roll eyes

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 on: Yesterday at 11:12:25 PM 
Started by Leon - Last post by Leon


This next release from RedVectors is a lovely model of Escomb Church in County Durham.  The real church is one of the oldest Anglo Saxon churches in England and one of only three complete examples still standing.  The model doesn't have to be confined to the land of the Prince Bishops though and would sit happily on the table for all kinds of games.

15mm Medieval - http://www.minibits.net/red-vectors/
RED-15M-01   Escomb Church   £12.00
      
And a pic!




The next designs from RedVectors will be some Wild West carts hopefully, we just need to get some horses done to pull them!

More information on Red Vectors can be found here: http://www.redvectors.co.uk/

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 on: Yesterday at 10:55:04 PM 
Started by Maenoferren - Last post by Maenoferren
Today was indeed more productive:
https://bogenwaldblog.wordpress.com/2018/10/16/mongol-cavalry-vii-2/


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 on: Yesterday at 10:17:15 PM 
Started by Sunray - Last post by Sunray
Originating from China, I have picked up a few of these on ebay.

The buildings are N (1/160?)1 gauge, but some have "battle damage".  Not sure if we are the market, the N gauge railway demographic  or the Drop Zone si fi fraternity. Especially the high rise real estate.

In general, some useful bits & bobs and good value for money.

The house designs can be a little naÔve, but benefit from a lick of paint.
 

1.  the vehicles I have purchased look like 3D manufacture and are 1/144.   I get a sense that some designs have been plagiarised from other manufactures- the Wild West Town looks like Peter Pig 1/100 (15mm) downsized to 10mm.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:00:01 PM 
Started by Shedman - Last post by Sunray
Good to see the dice is still spun in Grimsby town !  And that Romford, Marsh & Associates (as they were once known) - their heirs and successors, have progressed beyond WW2.   They were renowned for their awesome WW2 exhibition games. 

A good game, and well told. +1 Grimsby  Smiley

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 on: Yesterday at 09:51:29 PM 
Started by bigjackmac - Last post by mad lemmey
Great one Jack

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 on: Yesterday at 09:19:25 PM 
Started by pierre the shy - Last post by Steve J
Thanks for the 'heads up' Smiley. Just had a quick glance and stunned by the sheer amount of detail contained therein.

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