On the other flank the white cavalry made better progress as the cavalry forces of the two sides manouvered towards a massive cavalry clash. The White attachment of a Tchanka and a light tank was to prove decisive.
Bit luck began to run out for the heroes (and heroines) of the revolution as some poor shooting from the artillery gave the whites the chance they needed to start to push the militia in the rail head village back.
In the end it was a very c lose run thing, with a little more luck the reds would have defeated the forces of counter revolution but it was not to be and the Whites were able to claim a narrow victory.
As I said a bit od something different, hope you enjoyed it, was a great game played in the right spirit by some great friends. Thanks to John Smith and Chris Charlton for the photos and Chris Flowers for hosting the game.