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Sunday, 13 October 2013

SELWG show

I went to the SELWG show at Crystal Palace today. I am in London for half term and the wargames is a trade for taking Jess to the Harry Potter studios tomorrow! 

It must be 15+ years since I last went to this show and the format hasn't changed much. The venue has its limitations with a main sports hall and a gallery. Not the most accessible venue in London it has to be said, but not too bad.

A good spread of traders, including a few like Peter Pig who rarely travel north. The limitations of returning by plane restrained me to a few books, a nice Russian dice bag for Bolt Action and some good value jungle terrain for the Far East project. 

There were some nice games and these are a few that caught my eye.

War of 1812 in 28mm


Nice ancients game, looked the part.


Hunt Kaiser in WW1


Very impressive town, even if a bit redundant to the actual 18th century game


The terrain for this WW2 game in 15mm was probably my favourite.


Very unusual Russian naval landings in late WW2 against the Japanese.


Hussites using WAB in 28mm.








3 comments:

  1. Interesting post - not a show I have ever been able to get too. What was the Jungle Terrain that you picked up? I am after some myself

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  2. My latest post includes some pics of the jungle terrain in action. Sorry, I didn't take a note of the firm but they were at Triples as well. Bought some fencing off them there.

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