The table layout features just the Bridgnorth Road as it meanders through South Staffordshire flanked by rich farmland divided by thick hedges and rickety fences and dotted with agricultural buildings, a roadside garage, a public house and copses of trees. The view towards Bridgnorth ~
|The view looking towards Tettenhall along the Bridgnorth Road.|
|A Wolverhampton Corporation bus en route to Bridgnorth, just local colour.|
|The Chillington Mounted Rifles secure the garage and its supplies.|
|The BUF Bilston Steel Division move on their flank. Mander's forces seize|
the supplies at the Red Lion. One Victory point in the bag!
|The Chillington Rifles surprise the Hilton Main Miners and knock them out|
of the action over two turns.
|The Mander's Machine Gun Company sets itself up to cover the attack on |
Home Farm and its double supplies.
|The BUF flank the Red Lion and hope to help the Rifles roll up the units on|
|Fighting for Home Farm and its supplies swings first one way and then the|
|Despite loosing the miners on his right flank, Mander's forces seize the farm's|
supplies in Turn 7.
Despite losing units covering both flanks Mander, played by Derek, was able to seize three Victory points of supplies by Turn 8 leaving two Victory points held by the Reactionaries from Tettenhall and three Victory points unclaimed by either side. The game ended in a draw in Turn 9, Swindley, played by yours truly, holding the garage and threatening the farm and Mander holding the Red Lion and the farm.
|Peace returns to rural South Staffordshire...|
...until the next time that s.