Range 15
Field Defences & Fortifications

15mm Scale
Historic Buildings in Miniature

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This range covers a variety of models in 15mm scale.
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British Boer War Block House
Later type of double skin pre-fabricated corrugated iron filled with rubble or earth and a tin or sandbag roof. Tin and sandbag roofs supplied.
Unpainted: 6.00
British Boer War Block House
Early type - dressed stone walls and corrugated iron roof, with projecting machine gun barbette.
Unpainted: 7.50
WW2 Large Soviet Concrete Pillbox
Based on diagrams from a 1945 US publication on the Soviet army, this model is a typical large pillbox which would hold two heavy machine guns and their crews. These pillboxes would be found in heavily fortified zones, such as the defensive lines around Leningrad and Moscow.
Unpainted: 7.00
WW2 Small Soviet Concrete Pillbox
A smaller pillbox, designed to hold a single heavy machine gun and crew.

Unpainted: 5.00

Gabion set
A set of gabions, suitable for the Renaissence period up to the later 19th century. (12 pieces per pack). The long sections are 3" (7.5cm) wide, with the shorter sections being 1.5" (3.7cm) in width. Both of these pieces are .75" (2cm) deep.
Unpainted: 6.00

Please note that TimeCast models are not toys. They may contain small pieces, or white metal parts, which may cause a choking hazard and are therefore not suitable for children under 12 years.

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Historic Buildings in Miniature
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