Raid on Andrevia at WMMS

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Fire-at-Will
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Raid on Andrevia at WMMS

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Myself, Andy and Richard ran a German raid on Andrevia game at WMMS on Sunday.
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I've include Richards pictures on my blog, together with pictures of other games at the show
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German Fallschirmjager take out a T26
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https://willwarweb.blogspot.com/2020/03/wmms-2019.html

We'll be re-running the game at Crisis Point at the end of the month
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Great looking game Will, thanks for posting
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Lovely looking game - thanks for sharing
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Lovely terrain guys.

Its tempting just to come and see it at Crisis Point. (Remind me when and where is this? Assuming there is space for visitors?)

Is the railway track your own construction using model railway tracks or a resin casting you have used as base material?

Its something I have been planning but not got round to doing in last twenty years! making some narrow guage and wide guage track for WW2 Eastern front scenarios or Russian Civil War or Polish-Soviet War of 1920s!! Some with embankments and some laid out flat for the plains.
Perhaps one I will get done in retirement once I get a games / workshop space to be messy in!!
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Crisis point is held in the Primary School in Dungworth - near Sheffield. Last weekend in March. I'm sure you would be welcome, but there is no trade, just games, although Rich Phillips may have Heroics and Ros stuff with him....
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Thanks Ian.
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CarlL wrote: 11 Mar 2020, 10:41 Lovely terrain guys.

Its tempting just to come and see it at Crisis Point. (Remind me when and where is this? Assuming there is space for visitors?)

Is the railway track your own construction using model railway tracks or a resin casting you have used as base material?

Its something I have been planning but not got round to doing in last twenty years! making some narrow gauge and wide gauge track for WW2 Eastern front scenarios or Russian Civil War or Polish-Soviet War of 1920s!! Some with embankments and some laid out flat for the plains.
Perhaps one I will get done in retirement once I get a games / workshop space to be messy in!!
CarlL
Tracks are left over "Thomas ....." rebased/tarted up - don't ask what happened to Mr T, my children (now grown up) would be shocked but not surprised!!
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