Tuesday, 23 June 2020

25mm Wagons & Loads


Been a very busy boy recently as well as decorating my daughters 2 bedrooms I managed to get a splash of paint on these wagons and loads.



They come from a variety of  companies including 4Ground, Warbases and Col Bill's


The horses are from Essex minis, but I can't remember where the Bulls came from???


The wagons loaded.


And more loads for another day or another wagon!
These will be primarily used for Donnybrook but could of course fit into any 16th to 19th century period, including my Haitian Revolution!

50 comments:

  1. Good looking wagons and cargo, Ray! Kudos on getting some homework in too.

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    1. It got Mrs R and the kids off my back for a few weeks!!!

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  2. Great stuff. Me like wagon trains..I´ve already got way too many to be considered decent

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    1. I was surprised at just how many I found that I'd bought over the last few years!

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  3. Wow, you are ready to move 'em on out!

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  4. Olde Worlde Edde Stobart carts!

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  5. I don't think you can ever have too much baggage, very nice Ray.

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  6. Gorgeous stuff, I'd play with it all day long like a child LOL

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  7. Awesome brushwork, Ray; I'm sure your daughters' bedroom walls are equally as nice.

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  8. A fine collection of baggage there Ray, and well done on the bedrooms. I have been successfully putting off the downstairs' bathroom roof for a couple of months now, but am running out of excuses and fear the time may be nigh.

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  9. A very nice collection of Wagons and Loads - well done there Ray.

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  10. Very nice Ray! Always nice to see a few bits like these on the table.

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    1. I do like all this kinda stuff. Makes the tables look more busy.

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  11. Splendid collection Ray, useful on so many tables!

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  12. These look fantastic Ray, just a shame that they don't come in 20mm size.

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  13. Nice work Ray, a large collection of wagons always comes in handy

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  14. Great looking wagons Ray. Yah mule!

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  15. Nice work Ray. one can never have too much scenery or transport in the wargaming world!

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  16. Great HUAL of stuff ready for the table. 😀

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  17. Lovely looking wagons Ray. I really like the first couple of photos of the race with the four horsepower house transporter pulling away from the four oxen beer barrel machine!!

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  18. Beautiful items and great painting!I love those Bulls!

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  19. Always good to have a lot of wagons and removable loads. This lot look very generic and could appear in a wide range of eras and it's nice to see their teams aren't just horses!

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  20. Lots of lovely wagons and loads, super useful too!
    Best Iain

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  21. Lovely brushwork there Ray! That artillery looks menacing!

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