Tim's Toys: Historical Miniature Wargaming
in St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

What's New, 23 September 2010
About This Site, Contact
Wargaming Cartoons!
What is Miniature Wargaming?
WWII Game photos, reports and rules used Ironclad Era Naval game photos, reports and rules used US Civil War game photos, reports and rules used Links Page Modelling projects, scratch building and terrain Other historical periods, game  photos and reports Non-historical games and photos About the guy who made this site 1:1200 Napoleonic Age of Sail Site Navigation Image
Events, Hobby Shows, etc
Musings Diplomacy Campaign
Early years 

A Special Thanks

These pages are hosted by Memorial University of Newfoundland's personal web site server.
All pictures, except where noted, © Reserved, Tim Marshall.  Larry Leadhead displayed with permission.
Tim's site is best viewed at a minimum 1024 by 768 resolution.

Thanks to RonK and DaveJ for helping me get this started back in 1998!

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What this Site is About & Contact Information
We are an informal group of friends who wargame the periods shown here.  If you are curious, please read the article, What is Miniature Wargaming?   You can then view pictures and reports of games played, related subjects and links by navigating the graphic site map above.  If you would like to know more, or even give it a try, contact Tim Marshall (note, this email is munged.  Please remove SCUMSPAMMER).  We'd also love to hear from any local or visiting players in or near the St. John's area. 

I sometimes provide access to a large seminar/training room at my work place for very large or multiple games. Here are directions to this location.

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Thank You 
This site was shut down for a period in Fall of 2004, due to an Irish journalist
using this site to smear the credibility of a book by a friend of mine (this link is a former version of
this page from the wayback Machine) because his name appeared here. 
The lesson learned was not to use friends' last names on my site!  It has taken me a little
while to revise the many pages of this site so that first names only appear. 
While my site was down, I received a large number of emails and, on The Miniatures Page,
expressions of support over the controversy.  I want to express my gratitude to the
people who took the time to write me.  It is reassuring that for every nasty individual like
the aforementioned journalist, there are scores and scores of considerate and supportive people. 
Thank you all very much.
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History of Tim's Toys
As mentioned at the top of the page, Tim's Toys came into existence back in 1998.

If you are interested, The wayback Machine has records of this page all the way back to 1999.

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