Back to Russia, back to the Don, back to the Revolution.
The Reds and Whites are both heading for the station, but mainly they need to smash their opponents. The Whites are marginally stronger on the table, with an extra infantry battalion and cavalry regiment. However, the armoured train "Победа*" is in the vicinity, and is steaming to the aid of the Reds. Both sides have some artillery, and some armoured cars and other bits and pieces.
The Reds are on the right, and were pushed round by Chris K on the instructions of Richard's MNG and SOA. The Whites to the left were commanded by Ian and Jon, and moved by Phil and Tim.
They then opened up on the White cavalry over on their left (bit of a wobbly picture, I'm afraid, but the only one I have).
The Whites moved their armoured cars and MG trucks up the road, and ordered one of the cavalry units to move in on the woods on the Red left. Just then, earlier than expected, the Armoured Train arrived.
For game purposes, the only bit that counts is the gun car. The rest is window dressing.
The Whites then move their motorized section into the middle of the board. In common with earlier games, their slower moving infantry is standing on the baseline.
The Reds deploy their infantry into skirmish order, and move up, accompanied by their motorized section, which includes an extra infantry battalion in armoured trucks..
And then, as the turn closed, the train slowly started to steam away, called to responsibilities elsewhere.
* That translates as "Victory". I chose that as a name as it can then be used for both sides. I can't see the Whites using a train called "In honour of Comrade Lenin"