Last Updated September 6, 2002

These shots are of new vehicles and figures from Cromwell, Frontline and AB figures painted up in August 2002 ready for a Stalingrad relief game being planned for September 2002. Again taken with the Nikon digital camera although I have reduced all the pics from 2048 t only 500 pixels.

 

Cromwell miniatures battle ready collection Stug III D, the nicest Resin model I have ever bought, nicer than any plastic or Metal vehicles. Based on Celluclay for a very easy and really realistic mud base.

Another view of one of the 2 stug's I bought, supporting AB figures German infantry

Last shot of the Stug's I promise, I just love them to pieces!

 

And the opponents, how about a late model T26 from Cromwell miniatures, looks impressive low down doesn't it?

From this view however it looks a little more like a WWI reject. I don't think by autumn 1942 there would be many T26's left even with the infantry, but my guys obviously found one!

 

A close up of some of my Russian infantry, sorry can't remember the manufacturer on this one

 

T26 again operating i nclose support of the infantry. It may not be much but it's all they've got (well with a T-70 and an ATG)

 

Frontline truck great little models and dead cheap

Frontline truck great little models and dead cheap

Frontline truck great little models and dead cheap

 

 

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