It's now just over a week until the exhibition at the National Army Museum opens. For anyone still hoping to attend one of the lectures and private exhibitions on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st October, these are now sold out, but we are negotiating extra spaces so any requests will be positively received.
My lack of post in recent days is explained by the sheer effort of getting the job done. 30,000 figures is no small undertaking!
I took advantage of a sunny day today to lay out all five dioramas: Papelotte, Plancenoit, La Belle Alliance, Hougoumont and La Haie Sainte.
Here are some photos from Plancenoit which I hope you enjoy. They were taken by a very talented photographer, called Rupert Barclay so I'd like to thank him for taking these pictures:
|1st/2nd Chasseurs defend the church
|1st/2nd Grenadiers in column of march
|Prussian Horse Artillery
|Still some stands to hide. Bulow's corps HQ
|The farm at the east ed of the Plancenoit village green
|Young Guard in defence
|The High Road at Plancenoit
|Horse artillery tethered horses
|Human eye view
|For obvious reasons, troops do not advance in front of guns!
|Advancing Prussian infantry assault the village
|Duvalier Farm - the French casualty clearing point
|Blucher and his staff
|The High Road