Clayton Shuttleworth Tractor (1:76)
Used by all services in the Great War, the Clayton Shuttleworth tractor is now available from W^D Models.
Catch The Bus To War! (1:76)
W^D Models have just announced that their WW1 B-Type Bus is now available. It comes in two types; the civilian variety (which was used very early on in the war), and the War Department version, which was used throughout the war to move troops behind the lines.
Mills Bombs Available (1:72)
A set of British grenades (Mills Bombs) have just been released by W^D Models.
MB WW1 Tank track Update (1:72)
A new replacement set of tracks for the Master Box WW1 MK1 and 2 tank are now available from W^D Models.
3 New diverse release have been announced by W^D Models.
New French Troops and Crew (1:76)
Three new French figure sets in 1/76 scale are now available from W^D Models
Marines, MPs and Sappers (1:76)
W^D Models Have sent news of several new World War One figure sets.
WW1 Vehicles Released (1:76)
Four new WW1 resin models have been released by W^D Models.
W^D Models has released photos of their upcoming Great War-era Crossley 20/25 staff car.
Braille WW1 Germans (1:76)
The latest from W^D Models is five sets World War 1 figures in 1/76 scale.
QF 4.5 Howitzer Carriage (1:76)
W^D Models has released a QF 4.5 Howitzer Carriage and Ammunition Limber. They also have a "G" Class Four Wheeled Tank Wagon and RHA - 6 Horse Gun Team in the works.
W^D Models announces an update for their 1/76 - OO scale light railway trench wagons.
WD Great War in Braille (1:72)
In from W D Models, who specialize in WW1, some new 1/72 scale items now available.
W^D Models who specialise in 1/72 scale World War 1 subjects have branched out into vehicle sets to accompany their excellent figures. there are numerous sets currently out, soon to be released, and in development.
Sometimes when one is looking for a subject away from the Tigers & Panthers, without warning they drop into your mailbox. A case in point here with W^D Models whose owner mailed me asking to take a look at the range and see if there was something of interest for the News Section. There was, and here it is...