|Royalists to the right, Parliament to the left.|
In the foreground, Prince Rupert's Regiment of Foot leads out the Cirencester Trained Bands.
|Parliamentary cavalry in the foreground (4 figure regiments). Right to left, The Lord General's regt., Sir James Ramsey's regt., and I believe Lord Fielding's regt. The blue coated figures of Prince Rupert's regt. lead the Royalist counter-charge.|
|Overview of the action|
|Close up of Prince Rupert's Regiment of Foot.|
|The Queen's Lifeguard of Foot in red, supported by Sir Thomas Tyldesley's Regiment to their right.|
Royalists to a man.
|Parliamentary infantry - John Hampden's Regiment of Foot.|
|The infantry from the two previous photos get to grips.|
|The home team - Cirencester Trained Bands.|
|Colonel John Talbot's Regiment of foot, on the Royalist right flank.|