Henderson describes a Prussian division (Kamecke's, 5th August) on the march
The Van consists of a squadron of cavalry and an infantry battalion; reserve follows the van and has the rest of the infantry regiment, a light gun battery, and pioneers with light bridging equipment. The main body follows well behind. The whole thing occupies 6-7 English miles of road, say 10 km - 40" in our scale.
Of course, route marches should not concern us very much -- there are more compact and flexible ways to maneuver in a tactical context; but they can be how troops arrive on the battlefield.
But lets see how this compares to Chadwicks's version of a march column is Volley and Bayonet. We have 8 stands of infantry and one of cavalry - 9 * 15mm = 135mm, + 1 artillery at 30mm = 16.5 cm For march column, V&B multiplies the base depth by 4, so 66cm or 26" give or take. If you then represent the intervals (a total of about 5") with simple empty space, you get a total of 32" - probably close enough for government work if you add in logistic stands.
I am not sure how we will in fact represent this, or how for example this will translate into revealing blinds. It is worth keeping in mind, however, that if you decide to concentrate a division in column on the advance guard, the lads at the rear are a full turn away,