Sunday, March 7, 2010


Well, Paul lent me his spare camera yesterday, so I could show you all some pictures of the Caesar WW2 British Infantry, however, my Sony USB cord does not fit the afore mentioned Kodak camera, oops. So, again, in the meantime, here are a few more from the excellent collection of David Russell. First up, Airfix PIV in a late war scheme.

I've been meaning to ask Stan if he has any of these for ages. HaT PIIIs, very nice looking fast-builds they are too.

More late war stuff, the Panther followed by a couple of Elefants.

I got to use these bad boys just recently, and whilst they outclassed everything else on the table, they did, nonetheless eventually fall to superior numbers. Not sure of the maker, but I'm guessing Fujimi? I now have quite a collection of pictures from Dave to share with you, but if the insurance company hooks me up tomorrow I'll certainly post a few of the British, and show you some more of Dave's stuff from time to time.


  1. The Airfix PzIV all told is not a bad kit :)

    The Pz IV does not get the credit it deserved as the tank ran from 1939 through to 1945 and was reliable in contrast to the sexier cats

    Nice to see them wandering across the table top

    The poor old Pz III meet its match on many fronts in 1942/43, this was the main battle tank the Germans thought would win them the war but was just out-paced in the arms race

  2. Fair comments mate, quite a lot of my collection is Airfix, either models or figures.