The dus depot arrived safely from eBayland. My Wessex Rangers took up residence immediately in a show of force with the intention of turning the depot into a temporay base of operations.
Army Land Rovers eh? Wait for one
and then three come along all at once!
Shown in urban context
Just wondering about the viability of security screens, gates, sandbagged sangers etc. More about effort put in vs actual tabletop use? Anyway the bus depot is a welome addition to my 20mm urban collection.
That's a great looking bit of scenery - good find!ReplyDelete
That's a lovely piece of terrain.ReplyDelete
Is that an easy model card kit?ReplyDelete
It was easy in so much as being bought on eBay. It even lights up!Delete
Not at all easy if you ask me.ReplyDelete
If that's the layout you showed me, Mark, I hope the Wessex secured that chip shop. If they haven't, a) no fish and chips, b) that T junction is going to be nasty.
There's a Saracen and a Piglet about to go firm at the chippe whilst an order goes in for 23 Cod and Chips, 7 Haddock and chips, 3 Saveloy and Chips, a jar of pickled onions and a Curley Wurley.ReplyDelete
Pickled onion? Someone's not going to pull then.ReplyDelete
You've not been to the Churchill Estate have you?Delete
The missus says I can't buy anymore kitReplyDelete
Understand! Mines on a one in, one out basis just now. I just made it a big one coming in!Delete
That is a great looking building.ReplyDelete
That looks like like any one of a hundred TA centres!ReplyDelete
Sometimes a pickled-onion was required eating BEFORE closs-contact...Dogs Ball, Lichfiled, 1980-something!