Into the Wheat fields and passed the Orchard outside Hougomont. French CarabinierWinzingerode’s massed columns, forming up for their advance.The Guard cavalry thunder on.Gross Garten before the occupation.Gross Garten the view from the south east.Gortschakov’s troops.Charge of the 2nd Dutch Guard Lancers.Dragoons of Gyulai’s Corps.Just to the north of Serpallen Tuchkov’s Dragoon regiment engages the Bavarian Chevau leger!Russian Infantry from Tuchkov’s division to the North of Serpallen on the ridge. Fantastic!Soult’s infantry advance in support of Oudinot, the Russian’s look to stop them.The new boys thunder past.The Grenadiers of the Old Guard rally for the impending onslaught.Cuirassier and Carabinier from the French I Cavalry Corps.French Cuirassier from Latour Maubourg’s Corps face the Austrians.The Austrian Hussars rally.French Line Lancers move to engage the Austrian Lines.Neapolitan Dragoons from French I Cavalry Corps.The Austrian infantry forced into Square before the Gross Garten by the Heavy Cavalry of Latour Maubourg..The eastern viewThe view from the allied lines.The French volley Leith’s division.Austrian Cuirassier from Nostitz Corps engage Cuirass from Pajols Corps.Old Guard Chasseurs a Pied from the Bicorne Miniatures range. A real mix of figures on this command stand, Noel uses this as a Corps commander I believe.ADC looking over horse with Brigade commander.ADC Chasseur senior officer.Front Rank miniatures, Carabinier pre 1810 trumpeter and Heavy cavalry general.Russian Heavy cavalry from Korff’s II Cavalry Corps The French Guard advances, all the figures here are from Bicorne Miniatures . A close up of the Hungarians, a lovely paint job. Elite miniatures really add to the painters ability. There is a lot of relief on the figure allowing ease of painting.