Project : Normandy terrain boards stage 10…the end ?

Posted: April 3, 2015 in 15mm, Flames Of War, Project, Scratch Built, Terrain, WW2
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I`m done until I build some more boards and yes

I hear you all groaning… not more boards !!!!

No my next project will be some Infinity boards so

rest easy.

Anyway back to the Normandy boards. I have added and finished

two new boards to make a total of six for the playing

area(4 x 6). The latest two have a nice river obstacle with

hump back bridge. They also contain a fixed defensive trench

line and artillery battery area. The artillery battery area and trench

line are camouflaged to stop the allied Typhoons rocketing the

hell out of place.

Please note you can click on all pictures to enlarge

and some of the pictures are quite big.


I have added a full Panzer Lehr Division and the British 11th

Armoured Division to the board so you can see how it all feels

to play with.

Arty preparing to fire.


Target spotted.


View from above.


Look out the boss is watching.


Life in the trenches.


Ok whos walked mud into the trench ?


British forces prepare to enter the bocage.


Panthers trying to deploy in bocage.


Panzer Grenadiers moving up to join the action.


German infantry moving up.


Panthers stuck in a sunken lane.


MKIV in ambush position.


Moaning minnies at home in the thick hedgerows.


Halftrack traffic jam plus a bit of anti air.


Anybody bring any hedge cutters ?


Hold on, hump back bridge.


Lost Panzer IV.


JagderPanzer IV`s defending the left flank.


Thankfully the sun came out and allowed me to take the

photos above.

I will post up a battle report soon to see how bocage fighting

pans out 🙂

  1. forgotmytea says:

    That looks absolutely amazing, I bet it’s great fun to play on 🙂 Looking forward to seeing what you do for Infinity!

  2. arkiegamer says:

    Man, that doesn’t suck. Not even a little bit. I’m quite jealous!

    Congratulations on all the hard work-it looks to have paid off in spades! Could there be an AAR in the near future?

  3. Wudugast says:

    That’s smashing, I love a well designed, good looking board and you’ve done a grand job!

  4. Matt says:

    Pretty impressive board. I wish I had the space and capacity to make my own. Very well done!

    • 40kterminatus says:

      Thanks. Space is not as bad as it looks. Yes it’s big all laid out but it stacks on top of each other in a purpose build holder.

  5. Very, very impressive (I have the 11th Armoured and would still assault the axis here just to play on that table !)

    • 40kterminatus says:

      11th armoured don’t do so badly as long as they have plenty of arty,M10’s and 6 pdrs dug in. Glad you like it.

  6. Great looking board you have there, a real little piece of Normandy!

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