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Joe Dever02 Jul 2011 2:05 p.m. PST

This is a WW2 variant on the Corunna 1809 layout which shows the versatility of this scenic terrain.

From Spain 1809 to Italy 1943!

Part One


Part Two


Terrain: Rob Browning
Buildings: Ron Ringrose
Figures: from the collections of Ron Ringrose and Rob Browning
Photography and text: Joe Dever

All comments welcomed

This post is closely related to the Napoleonic Corunna layout featured here:

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Redroom03 Jul 2011 8:16 a.m. PST

Really awesome board


Thank YOU!!!

This is fantastic!Exactly the direction wargaming should go in my opinion!

It is great to see this,finally a similar games table that uses "real" miniatures vehicles and figures and NOT the usual tiny bits we have to endure watching time and again almost everywhere lately…

As a gamer and producer I just hope things pick up towards this kind of approach to the hobby in general,it would be really great to finally have this kind of game pictures back in the pages of good hobby magazines!

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