saw that at Wigan, was chatting to them for a long time. One thing about military modelling is that there are even more traps to fall into with respect to uniforms. Our freelance stuff is a lot easier. The layout is planned to be at the big WW1 narrow gauge commemoration event/exhibition next year.
I would suggest for anyone starting actually going for 1/32 as there are so many 'toy' figures and vehicles out there at reasonable prices. With care it is possible to mix/match with 1/35.
For me I am modeling some layouts in 1/32(more modern) and some 1/35(WW1 and WW2 eras), and 1/32 represents 50cm on 16.5mm track, where as 1/35 represents 60cm gauge.
In some ways it is easier starting in 1/32 than 1/24 scale (shot down in flames by Gn15 diehards
), especially when money is an issue. 50cm gauge is almost minimum gauge.
Always possible to modify later when you want to go for bigger scale and you can re-use/recycle track and trains.