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    Re: Spotsylvania. 1864

    Agree with previous comments-an excellent little scene.Well done that man.
  2. Re: My Mountain Railway and Road Diorama Under Construction...

    This is very,very impressive.I look forward to seeing it populated with figures and vehicles.Well done that man.
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    Re: Napoleon's last battle

    Great collection of Napoleonic figures on show here.Well done that man'
  4. Re: A German Made WWII Mini-Series: "Generation War"

    Yes,I too saw this a few years ago and was impressed.Well worth a look.
  5. Re: Dio- "Stay Alive!" Indian Attack on Colonial Settlement.

    Great scene.Really like those JJD figures.I also like your work on the cabin.Well done that man.
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    Re: Peninsular War.

    Well done that man.I really enjoyed your presentation.I see quite a few COLD STEEL figures in there which seem to mix well with JJD figures.
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    Re: Battle of Long Tan

    Much of this film was shot near the small township of Wooroolin,about 20kms north of Kingaroy where I farmed until my recent retirement.The trees are Paulownias,a kind of softwood grown for...
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    Re: Lest we forget.

    Well done that man.
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    Re: time on my hands at last

    Words like ''spectacular'' and ''magnificent'' do not do justice to this display.You certainly have an impressive collection of Romans.Well done that man.
  10. Re: My Mountain Railway and Road Diorama Under Construction...

    Looking very impressive.Well done that man.
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    Re: Gary's collection

    Gary I have really enjoyed following this thread of your outstanding collection.Roman figures(and their enemies)really lend themselves to massed displays.Loved the massed archers.Best of luck for...
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    A great piece of work!I really enjoyed this.You have demonstrated great skills in so many areas.Well done that man/
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    Re: Attack on colonial settlement

    Greg,this came out very nicely.I really,really like it.I'm inspired-I just have to build a fort.Well done that man.
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    Re: time on my hands at last

    A wonderful display.Well done that man.
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    Re: On The Parapet

    Magnificent piece of work!Well done that man.
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    Re: Roman Road Work

    This is really good.A great deal of thought and effort has gone into this.Well done that man.
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    Re: Armed and Dangerous

    Great idea,great scene.Well done that man.
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    Re: Gary's collection

    A couple of my favourite images-horse drawn artillery and the 95th Rifles.Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: The American Civil War Diaries

    Love your artillery scenes.The explosions are so realistic.Well done that man.
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    Re: Crossing Slippery Rock Creek

    WOW!These JJD figures could have been made for this scene,but your groundwork,water and background have made them come to life.Well done that man.
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    Re: AWI Dragoons Riding Thunder

    Outstanding piece of work.The tents are very realistic as is the whole camp scene.Well done that man.
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    Re: The American Civil War Diaries

    As always,exceptional.Well done that man.
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    Re: Highland warriors (napoleonic)

    This is an outstanding piece of work.The placement of the figures and the groundwork are exceptional.I particularly like the scene with the two Riflemen.Well done that man.
  24. Re: Moving A 3" Ordnance Rifle Section Into Battery Position

    Really good use of these guns and figures.Whole scene is very well constructed.Where did those limber horses come from?
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    Re: Yorktown Siege 1862

    Like John( Obee),I love massed gun displays.Well done that man.
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