On the banks of the River Wee the sleepy village of Little Tinkle has had an interesting history dating back to the time of the great Norman Invasion of 1066! Founded by a little known Knight Sir Randolph Tinkle its fortunes waxed and waned as the years passed. Randolph was a lover of apples and for the whole of Little Tinkles history an apple orchard thrived in the rich soil on which the village was located adjacent to the Tinkle family residence. Some even say the apple trees that were finally torn down in the early years of the 20th Century were related to the first ones the great Knight planted himself around a 1000 years earlier!
The village of Little Tinkle consists of:
Box Girder Bridge
All of these went together with no fit problems using just PVA glue. The rooves of all building are removable and where buildings are two levels the upper one is not glued in place to allow for easy figure placement on the ground floor. They are painted with cheap rattle can enamel paints and with highlights using acrylic paints.
These building designs were chosen as they should look okay for both the VSF and WW II periods as I plan on using them for my WW II 28mm skirmish gaming too. For WW II skirmishing I am looking at a couple of sets of rules; The Two Fat Lardies Troops, Weapons and Tactics and Nordic Weasel Games Five Men at Kursk…