Baggage, Cannon and Limbers

In yet another case of déjà vu I sit thinking how to write a blog entry about baggage and artillery.

"But you said..." I hear both my readers cry; and yes, I did say no more baggage. But, well...I had a good rummage around in the spares box, and well, a surfeit of dragoon horseholders were crying out to be used.

So here they are , two more carts for the Parliament's baggage train.


And two more for the King's.


As well as two carts Parliament has gained a demi-culverin (heavy gun) and a saker (medium gun), both with limbers and casualty markers.



As has the King.


As always, the men and cannon are from my usual manufacturer; wagons and limbers from Museum Miniatures; custom casualty markers from Warbases.

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  1. Great post KYPD38. I love your ECW travelogue; the posts are always interesting. Your artillery and baggage look great too.

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    1. Blushes.

      Thanks for your kind words Codsticker

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    1. Thanks Ray. We won't mention the very obvious item that I have failed to paint on one of the gunners. I'm not letting on. Needless to say it will be sorted tonight.

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