Tagged: Carts/Baggage

Webstore: Ancient Celts: Cart

Adding extra flavour to the Celt army as well as providing an objective for scenarios this cart is an ideal addition to any Celt players collection. Contains: One Celt Cart…

Webstore: Pike & Shotte Mule Train

The roads of Britain and Europe in the 17th century were

Webstore: Water Cart

This is the ubiquitous water cart as found in service for many hundreds of years. Whether you are refighting battles set during the Napoleonic Wars, Anglo0-Zulu War or right up…

Webstore: Roman Ox cart

Oh yes, the Roman Ox Cart, even after Marius reformed the army – he had each soldier carry several days food with all his impedimenta – the army still needed…

Webstore: Panzernest

These fortified and pre-fabricated machine gun posts were used all over the European Theatre and along the Russian Front especially in and around Germany. Most

Webstore: Napoleonic Wars: Baron Larrey’s Flying Ambulance

Pack contains 1 resin and metal cart, 1 metal horse and 4 metal figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Horse-drawn Utility Cart

A Horse Cart that could have been found on any battlefield or street barricade up to & including WWII. A great piece of scenery or ideal as a game objective….

Webstore: General Purpose Wagon

A General Purpose Wagon typical of those used by civilians and armies on almost every Continent during the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries (This is not the military GS…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Marching Legionaries contubernium

In an attempt to reduce the baggage train following Legions on the march the General Marius decreed trhat Legionaries would be responsible for carrying much of their own equipment,. Equipping…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Marching Legionaries Column

In an attempt to reduce the baggage train following Legions on the march the General Marius decreed trhat Legionaries would be responsible for carrying much of their own equipment,. Equipping…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Cart

Adding extra flavour to your Roman force as well as providing an objective for scenarios this cart is an ideal addition to any Roman players collection. Contains: One Roman Cart…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Carroballista

The Ancient world’s version of the self-propelled gun! Mounting a Scorpion in the back of a mule-driven cart gave the Legions great flexibility on the battlefield. There is much conjecture…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Marching Legionaries Regiment

In an attempt to reduce the baggage train following Legions on the march the General Marius decreed trhat Legionaries would be responsible for carrying much of their own equipment,. Equipping…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Pack Mule

Each contubernia of 8 men would be served by two mules laden with their leather tent, tools, cooking equipment and a variety of weapons and spare equipment. This model is…