I'm afraid these photos are nowhere near as nice as the ones of the 54mm game.
The Corunna "game" was a terrific spectacle with a lot of story going on in it. I say "game" because it was effectively a diorama, and on the BRB scoring system, non-wargames only score half points. However there was an awful lot of fantastic modelling there, and even on half points it would score very high! I estimated 3 French Divisions at 1:20 scale, perhaps 2000 French miniatures, alone, and a total 4000 minis on the table?
Looks like I had the shakes.
As it happens, I had been out drinking the night before with the French Provisional wing of Muswell Militia.
But the blurry shots have more to do with me having lost a critical part of my tripod.
The ships were bloody amazing!
I'm not a huge fan of 15mm, but the Aspern-Essling game was excellent. The number of minis was astonishing, the villages looked like villages and the game like a proper battle. What is more, they were actually playing it which is hugely brave at a show like Salute! Alas my photo fails to do it justice. That is a game I'd really love to play, and it has made me very curious to read up about the battle.