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This article has been 18 months in the making - chiefly because I've moved twice since I visited Military Miniatures, and I've had a hard time locating both the pictures and my notes at the same time! Now, at last, I've found both (hmmm, I hope I can figure out what these notes meant...).

When I asked if I could drop by to do an article about them for THE MINIATURES PAGE, the folks at Military Miniatures didn't mind - though the proprietor didn't use the internet, and had never seen this website.

The site of Military Miniatures of Texas

The "address" for Military Miniatures was a post office box in Katy, Texas (near Houston). When I called to arrange the visit, I found that the company actually was located in another of the Houston suburbs. Following the directions I'd been given, I motored for several hours across Texas, turned off the highway into what looked like a new housing development, and found myself at - a very nice home.

There wasn't anything about this particular house to tell me if I was in the right place, and I became concerned when no one answered my knock at first. However, a glance into the open garage - and the racks of miniatures therein - told me I was in just the spot.