Saturday, April 7, 2012

My Motorised Armored Carriage MBV-2



As is my custom all my Russian equipment is done in a permafrost paint scheme....)

11 comments:

Paul said...

Very impressive and quite scary Don.

The use of armoured trains has always seemed a little odd to me.

Don M said...

When you think of when they were first introduced (pre-internal combustion engine) then factor in how hide bound military theorists
tend to be it's not surprising that they hung around as long as they did.

Gowan James Ditchburn said...

I am guessing 20mm scale??? if so did you make this or buy it? anyway very good. Love the paint scheme

J Womack, Esq. said...

Besides, they're really cool.

Don M said...

Gowan James Ditchburn said...
I am guessing 20mm scale???

No it's one piece Resin in 15mm by
http://gamodls.com/

Don M said...

J Womack, Esq. said...
Besides, they're really cool.

Best reason I can think of!

Tim Gow said...

That's rather impressive! You have to love an armoured train.

Chris Kemp said...

Trains were more efective than is usually supposed. I'm impressed! Bombastia is probably even now plotting to build something even larger and more mechanically unreliable :O)

Kind regards, Chris

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Don M said...

Chris Kemp said...
Trains were more efective than is usually supposed. I'm impressed! Bombastia is probably even now plotting to build something even larger and more mechanically unreliable :O)

You know me far to well Chris!

Don M said...

Tim Gow said...
That's rather impressive! You have to love an armoured train.

Always had a soft spot for them, I have one more in the works....the
Russian train from Peter Pig