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Pics at the below links. http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=30150 http://forum.lgoe.at/index.php?topic=1353.msg8459#new Looks great for rare colours to me
Milton Pottery was at Milton, Otago from around 1874 to about 1915.
Finally showing signs of progress on this somewhat long-term project. With some inspiration from various places like Dalanshin's Boganhafen board, and Captain Bernhardt's modular pieces I've decided to start my modular terrain pieces using sandwiched
Me and FKSN have started building a modular underground board for Mordheim. Each module is 30x30 cm, and based on 3.5mm thick mdf board. Each board will have 60mm wide openings on each side, to allow any piece to fit with all others. The idea is for