The gunners on the armoured train continued shelling the Vulgarian infantry until they fled out of sight behind a hill. The cads!
The riflemen from the train had by now taken up position in the ruins. This was intended to prevent a sneaky Vulgarian flanking move.
Meanwhile the first Naval Battalion was getting stuck into the enemy gunners.
Not even a late salvo from the gun could deter the stout chaps of the Anglophobian fleet.
|Cold steel was applied and the gunners soon perished.|
A dismayed Vulgarian staff officer looks on. From a safe distance. The Vulgarian cavalry in the background could be bad news....
The Vulgarian cavalry soon pounced on my victors of the fight for the gun position and rapidly saw them off. Luckily the second Naval Battalion had by now reached the outskirts of the village.
In the hope of a shot at the cavalry the train reversed down the other railway spur.