This was a 6mm I Ain't Been Shot, Mum! game played in September 2010 at Gigabites. The scenario was inspired by the actions of Polish Armored Train No 55 'Bartosz Glowacki' on September 14th, 1939. A reconnaissance unit of the 3rd Pz Div was occupying a bridge near Zabinka. The train's armored draisine units were sent out to drive them away. These were the train's organic scout vehicles consisting of two groups of two tankettes and an FT-17 (37mm armed). The train also had an assault platoon (two squads w/ rifles and a BAR and one rifle squad). Train No 55 was actually only armed with two 75mm guns along with its MMGs, but the only model Polish train I had was the more common two 75mm and two 100mm model from Navwar.
The Germans start with two Sdkfz 222 and one Sdkfz 221 around the bridge. Within a couple of turns another 222 and 221 armoured car arrive. Then two Sdkfz 231 6rad after about five turns, followed by a motorcycle platoon. Last are the panzers: three Panzer Is and two Panzer IIs. Both armoured section of the Poles have a tankette w/ a radio that can act as an FO link. Scatter was always going to be present though. The Polish objective was to drive away the Germans from the bridge (not destroy it). The Germans were to capture the bridge. A pair of HS 123 would also be possible for the Krauts.