Opposite south. An 8 inch gun with its searchlight.
The crew of the 8 inch are old Atlantic figures transformed into artillerymen.
The 127mm twin naval guns.
Two Zeros in the airfield.
Several types of bunkers and dugouts protecting the south beach.
The protections for field guns. You can see the separation between the tiles on the right. The whole island is divided in three large parts for ease of storage.
140mm naval gun in the east tip of Betio.
The Airfix house for the pacific. It had to appear. East end of airfield.
The 3rd Ha-go hidden amongst the trees.
The east part of Betio with the Co post and another 127mm naval gun emplacement.
A range finder (left) and a truck (Fronline Wargaming) near a depot in east Betio.
The Anti tank ditch in east Betio.
The sunken Nimanoa that made part of the landscape on those days.
The main pier looking at the lagoon.
The secondary pier with a Frontline Wargaming bunker nearby.
A third pier in the east.
Open. All the closed bunkers have lift off roofs.
Another depot in West Betio.