Road, River and Rail

Any excuse to shoehorn the title of a Cocteau Twins song in...

As I don't have the luxury of a permanent, dedicated battlefield my battlefield components have to be storable and adaptable.

Roads and rivers are courtesy of Fat Frank, they've stood up to a number of years use and abuse with no sign of wear or tear. Recommended.




Fences are courtesy of Museum Miniatures and give the right feel.



I saw some hedges at Salute from S&A Scenics and picked up a couple of packs. Added a couple more since.



Gabions from Baueda via Magister Militum.


Cheval de frise, stocks and pillory all from Magister Militum




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  1. I'm a big fan of Fat Frank and his roads and rivers are my own mainstays. Like you I don't have the option for a permanent set up. The fences are excellent. I picked up some mdf ones recently from Blotz terrain (their 15mm rough fencing) but they are still a little bit too regular for my taste.

    Have you thought any more of doing a couple of entries on the 'normal' countryside of the 17th century? The general landscape flavour and how that might influence skirmish and bigger encounters?

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    1. I've picked up some really nice wicker fencing from Museum Miniatures, and lots of hedging from S&A.

      I have got a part written post on the C17th English landscape somewhere. Started because I fell down a rabbit hole trying to find out what gates looked like.

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    2. Since asking I stumbled across your blog post from May 2019, about the Hovels Ancient Range buildings, and you do mention field boundaries and gates there!

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    3. I do go on a bit at times. Sometimes I forget what I've posted.

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