Gettysburg East Cavalry Field in 15mm at Fall-In 2011

Here are a few photos from my 15mm Civil War wargame at Fall-In 2011 on Saturday morning in Lancaster PA. This view looks south from the northern edge of the battlefield toward the Rummel Farm (top center) and Cress Ridge (top right).

We had 7 players for the game; all are long-time members of the Johnny Reb Gaming Society and are veterans of many Johnny Reb 3 wargames at HMGS conventions over the past decade. The scenario was adapted from my book Enduring Valor: Gettysburg in Miniature.

Click on each photo to enlarge it for easier viewing and more details. I apologize for the picture quality; lighting was not great and I did not have a tripod set up (and autofocus was off unfortunately). At least you get an idea of the table layout.

Virginia dismounted cavalry approach the Rummel Farm.

Custer’s Michigan Wolverines man the Federal  skirmish lines in the left center. In the foreground are some of McIntosh’s brigade.

Here is a part of McIntosh’s rather small brigade at the start of the game in the Lott Woods.

Low Dutch Road in at the left bottom. Looking to the southwest toward the Rummel Farm (right center) and Cress Run.

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4 thoughts on “Gettysburg East Cavalry Field in 15mm at Fall-In 2011

  1. Anonymous

    Very nice Scott, thank you.

  2. Anonymous

    Another super game Scott — thanks for running it and I had a great time!!


  3. Looks very nice and the out of focus pics are not so bad where you cannot make out how great the table looks.


  4. Anonymous


    Are those 10mm buildings? (Russel Farm, etc). Time Cast?


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