The centre table setup. This was 32 foot long and 6ft deep. There were 2 back tables 4 ft deep x 24 ft long onto which each army deployed at points determined by a roll of a D6.
Lancers advance towards their objectives. My figures by Perry Miniatures
Dave is pleased with deployment at one end of the line, and the 24 units comprising his French Corps
French light cavalry advance towards the objectives. Boot's toys.
A Polish general watches his troops advance. Krakus by Murowski Miniatures and Polish Cuirassiers by Perry
French Light Cavalry in the vanguard of yet another French Corps. Perry Plastic Hussars.belonging to James Woodward
Austrian cavalry snake along a road. Hussars are kitbashed Perry plastics by me.
Dave's French cavalry
Front Rank Miniatures
Dave's Corps advance on Evansville, Beautifully painted figures by Front Rank
More of Dave's Front Rank French
Austrian Uhlans by Boot. Connaisseur veterans?
Prussian Hussars and Landwehr cavalry. More of my toys from Old Glory
More of Boot's Uhlans, this time supported by Artillery
An overview from one end of the table. Windmill in the foreground is by Warbases and the farm is by PMC games, now available from Caliver Books under their range of Battlefield Buildings. I always found Martin of PMC Games good to deal with and have about 20 of his buildings.
Austrianss deploying next to a village. Homemade card buildings
Prussian cavalry advance en mass. Old Glory figures painted bty me.
dave's French again.
French and Prussian cavalry clash.
French Cuirassiers advance past a wood. cavalry are Perry plastics, gun team by Old Glory
French columns wind their way past a battered town. Old Glory French painted by me.
A French artillery battery bravely challenges a large Austrian force
Some of my Prussian landwehr
Dave's Front Rank figures supported by my my Victrix Italians.
Italians. In the foreground is an Italian Engineer stand that is used to negate bonuses for defending buildings.