Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
WOW is this a dio or a wargames board. the scale makes it hard to tell
Gowan....its a war-games board, 25 to 28mm ...21 feet x 5 feet
21 feet!!! OMG!!
Richard:The lighthouse looks great there - or as a stand-alone. Best, Dean
A neat piece of modelling, especially with the lights on and the Mexican's priceless!
"I will flash the light three times, my General, when I see the Gringos (hic)!
Wonderful looking table and good choice!Christopher
Fantastic as ever,just brilliant!
Another great work making you one of the people I really admire and hate for making such awesome work!
A great place for a great light house...wish him a great sleep!
Excellent Captain. The lighthouse really does look the part and the Mexican is an awesome touch.
Nice. It looks like the lighthouse is the navigational aid for the body of water that powers the mill. That body of water is of course off the table. "Coast Guard Approved!"
Such fantastic work Cpt, you are a clever chap!
There is lots going on on your table and it all looks very realistic. Superb.
I thank you all for the great comments...if I had more room the table would be longer and much wider. I have a lot of ideas that I want to incorporate in this layout...I'll find a way.
Such a warm and welcoming light...
Sorry far too late on this post, but just wanted to say that is a great location for the lighthouse. It is as if it was always there; a little like the Mexican ‘guarding’ the steps! Brilliant work Captain.
Fantastic stuff, Captain. It's a great addition toyour table. I love the sleeping sentry!