The scenario involved part of a British brigade under the command of Colonel "Breezy" Windeville. Forces available were the 2nd Battalion, Borsetshire Regiment (four companies and attached machine guns), two squadrons of the Gorblymee Light Cavalry and an armoured car.
Windeville was tasked with taking the Dagastani town of Pashminia and its railway station. The town was defended by Colonel Amirani and a mixture of Dagastani tribesmen and units of the Emir of Dagastan's regular army (the regulars are largely using Turkish kit).
The following photo shows Pashminia from the North-East. A squadron of Light Horse is advancing on the hill, while the bulk of the British infantry attempt to storm the large house and walled garden far to the South, with their right flank covered by the armoured car.
The bulk of the Dagastani regular forces are dug in behind sandbags in the centre, East of the town and railway. These defences include a couple of field guns, that made short work of the armoured car. Below is another shot of the central defensive position. In the background can be seen some native light horsemen, preparing to charge the British attackers
...and a view looking North from behind the British position:
...and a view from the East, looking along the Borsetshire's lines westwards from the Merchant's house:
Lastly, the militia and tribesmen have been moved north to cover the hill: