A 54mm WW2 game held in one of the club rooms.
I took this shot because of the use of the "canopy of Trees" woods; doubtless there were some surprises hidden within during the game.
Big ancients game with rolling terrain in a club room.
The Aspern-Essling board (10mm); didn't get any pictures with the troops on it.
The Gemende Au at Aspern
I think the work on this terrain board, as with his others, is superb. Hopefully he will run this game at a number of shows to make it worth the big investment of time and effort (or sell it off!).
La Petit Armee.
Nice terrain board. Don't expect these from me, though! Just not very practical unless you use them many times.
Magnificent Frostgrave set up.
Raid on an ? Indian compound
Nice Congo board. I have the rules but haven't even opened them!
Interesting setup, but not sure what it is!
Large Multi set up ? Pulp game.
The Dungeon/catacombs/Labyrinth/Tomb end.
One of the great many extremely well done Flames of War Tournament boards. Not my era or rules, but they do a great job on presentation!
54 mm Ancients... presumably with Commands and Colors.
Great looking board for ESR games... the yellow might be just a bit too bright for my tastes, but eh, if I could do something that nice myself, I would!
Taking down a game with a lot of depth to it ? Fallen timbers.
Brian Cantwell's WW2 North Afrika game with FoB WW2.
Overview - Pico armor. FoB stalwarts Tim, Andy, Sam, Hugh in attendance.
Talk about Tiny! Does give the grand sweep, though!
Close up of the village.
Some game markers.
Magnetized smoke markers (for hits, I think).