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Making Smoke Markers & Damage Markers

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I was never happy the way cotton wool looked on tanks, guns which had been knocked out so I decided to make my own smoke markers & damage markers. Ok this is not the cheapest option but I think it looks brilliant, first thing you need is some extra models and then you need to buy 6 x explosion markers from  Lancer Miniatures Damage Markers Late war Sd.Kfz. 251 damage markers Early war Sd.Kfz. 251 damage markers Russian trucks damage markers Russian t34s damage markers Smoke Markers

The Madasahatta Campaign

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Eric Knowles was one of the pioneers of British wargaming, and his recent death marks the passing of one more member of that small group that made British wargaming what it is today. This book is dedicated to his memory, and particularly the Madasahatta Campaign, the long-running First World War Colonial wargame campaign that he ran.

Vintage Plastic N Gauge Building - Red Brick Kiln from eBay

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Vintage Plastic N Gauge Building - Red Brick Kiln  (ref B8) £5 Vintage Plastic N Gauge Building - Red Brick Kiln  (ref B9) £5 postage for the above lot £2.95

Lone Star, Locos Wagon, Track from eBay

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Lone Star, Locos Wagon, Track from eBay £19.50 Lone Star Track and Signal box £16.40 Lone Star N Gauge - Job Lot £13.94 Trains buildings diecast train/track 000 Lone star £29.99 Lone Star, eBay UK   Lone Star, eBay USA