Friday, 7 November 2014

A WW2 Train Station for Too Fat Lardies XMAS Special


This is the project that I was working on and mentioned in a previous post. As you can see, it is my attempt at making some suitable terrain to represent a railway station to be used for my WW2 gaming.

If you are interested in a step by step guide on how I went about collecting, making and painting this layout, including the buildings, track and rolling stock, then you will need to visit the 'TOO FAT LARDIES' website and purchase their XMAS SPECIAL 2014 when they bring it out.

Richard Clarke of 'Too Fat Lardies' came around my place today and we played a game of Chain of Command on this terrain using a new scenario that Richard has come up with to bolt onto the end of his West Wind Campaign that he did in his Summer Special 2014. 

I have attached a few pictures of the terrain and the game that we did today but if you want to see more pictures, then get yourself the excellent value Xmas special when it comes out. 




















    
 
The Game.
Russians are from Richard's collection.  
 







25 comments:

  1. That looks wonderful and means I will have to buy the special now that I have seen it..

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  2. Some excellent terrain there, well done that man!

    Anyone else reminded of Kelly's Heroes, BTW?
    ; )

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  3. You see me green with envy. That's definitely some absolutely outstanding terrain making. Nice touch you even added the name of the town to the station. Was it intentional or by accident you called it Görlitz? Wonderful town btw. lots of amazing old buildings.

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    1. Thanks chaps.
      Moiterei, all the signs and names on the buildings can be easily changed as they are just stuck on with blue tack.

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  4. Geat looking pictures, details, once again, are amazing and very realistic!

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  5. That loks simply sensational; I can hear the rolling stock and smell the smoke from here!

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  6. Can't believe I am about to say it... I am normally the Gringe.
    Roll on Christmas.....

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  7. Awesome work again Pat! Wonderful photos!

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  8. Great work Pat. I expected to see Gordon Jackson attempting board the train to escape!

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  9. Brilliant work Pat, you can't beat get a train into a game.

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  10. Fantastic stuff. Look forward to seeing more about in the special.

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  11. Simply superb Pat! Your terrain always blows me away!

    Christopher

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  12. Wonderful terrain and pictures. Wonderful. Of course, I´m going to but the Special!

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  13. Awesome work, Pat!
    I'll have to look for the special...

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  14. Absolutely stunning board. If only I had the space...

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  15. Amazing work, Pat. Really wonderful modelling, of the very highest standard. Awesome stuff!

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  16. The Bahnhof in Gorlitz is quite more advanced these days… :-)
    Inspiring work !

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  17. Wow. So many nice details that gives life to the scenery. Can't believe I haven't seen this earlier. Your blog is always worth a visit and this time was no exception. VERY inspiring and I will buy the Lardies special for sure. /Mattias

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