Westerhope Wargames Group was running a great game next to ours: the fictitious Battle of Camelon 143, an assault on the Antonine Wall. Lots of local flavour then, with loads of celtic loonies. The figures were almost all cast from Prince August moulds, and the wall and rampart sections could be replaced with destroyed bits. The burning carts rolling over Roman casualties were a really nice touch!
...with some really nice buildings and models.
I think this one was the German command position.
In the meantime, Thomas was busy with some plasticine. He insisted I take this photo.
The Leuchars guys were running a Japanese attack on a large carrier model. The umpire ran it from a mock bridge, which you can see the the top left of the photo. Appropriate headgear was essential too.
I can't remember who did this setup, but I took a photo anyway because it caught my eye.
A large sci-fi attack on a cityscape, snapped on a quick flypast as I zipped through the halls.
Glasgow & District Wargames society, courtesy of Balkan Dave.
He sneaked in a Hussite war wagon, which I had to photograph close up.
It was a good show, and it was nice to catch up with various folks, including Russ from Brushes and Bases. Thanks are due to everyone at Falkirk Wargames club for being such genial hosts.