In case you're interested in reading it, here's a LINK:
At the time the British left their Cantonments, the Bala Hissar was still occupied by forces loyal to their puppet, Shah Sujah, who had pleaded for weeks for them to join him there in his fortress.
The path to the Bala Hissar was filled with enemy forces and would have required at least some street-fighting within the walled city of Kabul, but the British and Indian army still numbered 4,500 men, and included several batteries of Mountain and Horse artillery, 2 regiments of cavalry, and a good supply of ammunition.
The biggest problem for the British was the character of their senior leaders, who were individually flawed but when combined added up to the closest thing to a purely dysfunctional command in the entire history of the British military. But again, the premise for this game removes that issue, positing the senior leaders had accepted the idea of attempting to FIGHT THEIR WAY to the fortress.
I still don't have enough converted British figures for this game, but recently, Studio Miniatures started a Kickstarter campaign for First Afghan War figures, including British troops in Winter greatcoats, which would be perfect for this particular scenario. Having already bought a bunch of old Foundry ACW Union Inf. in Greatcoats and 1840s British in bell-topped shakos, I did not join in the Kickstarter campaign, but if those figures become commercially available, I will probably find myself buying some anyway.
Luckily there is a detailed map of the cantonments, the grounds outside the city walls, the Bala Hissar, and the much of Kabul itself, drawn by a British officer who was present, and seen here:
I didn't cover the table with SNOW, but plan to do that as well, and hopefully create some ICE effects for the surface of the river and maybe the canal as well.
Here's some pics: