|Blohm and Voss BV141|
Due to work commitments I arrived slightly late to take part in the second half of Bill's partisan game and the first thing I noticed was that Dave O'Brien had morphed into Dave Paterson which I don't know if it's a good thing or a bad thing.
Before I had arrived my on board forces who had beer hanging around on the table for three weeks were taking a bit of a bashing due to Colin's bad dice rolls a 2 being his highest roll.So after being suitably fortified by one of Helena's delicious meals and a glass of rotwein proceeded to bring some Teutonic order to my band of misfits.
|Can't leave Mr Ray alone for 5 minutes.|
|Livingstone at rush hour.|
|Dave and Dave's weapon of choice.|
|Mr Ray eventually decides to move|
|"I've been working on the railroad,All day long"|
|Donald's work picnic|
|Clearing the line.|
|Skulkers and their not even Donald's|
|Telegraph pole repair team.|
|Deploying to deal with the rabble.|
|On the move|
|Donald's forces hanging on for grim death.|
|Dave's rabble moving out.|
|Come to papa.|
|Not a bad guy in sight.|
|Our unusual visitor|
|Weird German engineering.|
|Charge!( in Russian)|
A great game involving some unusual figures and equipment.
All figures,scenery and scenario provided by Bill Gilchrist with the train emanating from Colin's collection.
Dave Patterson -Dastardly partisans.
Donald Adamson-Frolicking partisans.
Colin Jack-All things railway.
Me,myself and I-very picked on Germans.
Bill Gilchrist-Unbiased adjudicator(huh!)
Thanks again to Helena for providing a beautiful repast and the accompanying glass of Vin rouge which went down well after putting up with the travelling public all day.Mostly tourists from the colonies.
See You When I See You.