Last night I completed all of the lattices for the five boxes in which I will be storing almost all of my WW1 biplanes. If you'll recall, I reported on the start of this project several days ago.
Here are the five boxes:
Box 1 -- Fifteen Allied Powers single-seat fighters
|From top -- rows three SPAD XIIIs, three Sopwith Camels, three Sopwith Snipes, one Sopwith Snipe and two Nieuport 28s, and one Nieuport 23 and two Nieuport 17s.|
Box 2 -- Fifteen Central Powers single-seat fighters
|From top -- rows three Fokker Dr-Is, three Fokker D-VIIs, three Albatros D-III, and two rows each of one Phoenix D-1, one Pfalz D-IIIA, and one Pfalz D-III|
Box 3 -- Mixed Allied and Central Power single- and two-seat fighters and bomber/recce planes
|From top -- rows of one SE-5 and two SE-5As, two UFAG C-Is and one LFG Roland C-II, and two rows each of two Albatros D-Vs and one LFG Roland C-II|
Box 4 -- Eight Allied Powers two-seat bomber/recce planes
|From top -- rows of two Breguet BR-14 B2s, two rows each of one RAF RE-8 and one De Haviland DH-4, and one row of one RAF RE-8 and one AirCo DH-4|
And Box 5 -- One Allied two-seat fighter and four Central Powers two-seat bomber/recce planes
|From left -- columns of one Turkish Albatros C-III and one British Bristol F2B fighter and of three Rumpler C-IVs|
as well as room for boxed maneuver and damage decks and bagged markers and flight pegs
The planes that are not in these boxes are my four heavy bombers (two Gothas and two Capronis, still in their original boxes) and the four single-seat fighters (two Allied and two German) in the Revised Deluxe Set box, as well as my Snoopy in his trusted Camel doghouse, although he will probably ed up in Box 5.
These will fit in two one-cubic foot cardboard storage boxes with room left over for a box holding the control panels and rule books.
Now all I have to do is get busy printing and folding the maneuver deck and damage deck boxes.