Range 30
South East Asia & Vietnam

15mm Scale
TimeCast
Historic Buildings in Miniature



Range 30
South East Asia & Vietnam

15mm Scale
TimeCast
Historic Buildings in Miniature



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This range covers post 1945 South East Asia, with the emphasis on the French and US involvement in Vietnam, and includes a variety of urban and rural buildings plus battlefield scenics such as bunkers and artillery positions.

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Our 10mm scale Vietnamese village accessory pack (29/005), comprising a well, family bunker and storage pots etc (7 pieces) is also suitable for use with 15mm figures) - click here to go to the 10mm Vietnam range


30/001
US Army Barrack/Office Block
Photographed at Camp Holloway (near Pleiku) in Vietnam. Prefabricated Corrugated Iron building suitable for almost any theatre of war.
Unpainted: £5.00

30/002
US Army Barrack/Office Block with sandbag defences
 As 30/001 but with additional sand bag defences all round.
Unpainted: £6.00

30/003
Song Hy Bar (South Vietnamese Town shop or Bar)
A typical street bar (it is actually a composite of several buildings) the model is based on a number of photographs of bars on Plantation Road, Saigon.
Unpainted: £8.00

30/004
Shanty Town shacks
Photographed at the "Dog Patch", Da Nang in 1968, this set of two models represents typical shanty town shacks. The buildings are constructed of timber, corrugated iron and whatever else came to hand.
Unpainted: £7.00

30/005
Street Corner shop
This building was photographed during street fighting in the town of Kontum, Pleiku Province, during the Tet offensive of 1968. The model comes with both tiled and flat roofs and is suitable for use as a stand alone building or as part of a row of shops or houses.
Unpainted: £8.00

30/006
Shanty Town House #1
Based on a house photographed at the "Dog Patch", near Da Nang, in 1967, this model represents a typical shanty town house.
Unpainted: £6.00

30/007
Battle Damaged South Vietnamese Town shop or Bar
This model is a variation on 30/003, and represents the same building displaying the typical sort of battle damage seen during the street fighting of the Tet and Mini-Tet offensives in 1968.
No picture available Unpainted: £8.00

30/008
Shanty Town shop
A corrugated iron and timber shop, with open doors and goods on sale and display. The model is based on photos of the Dog Patch, Da Nang, and is designed to complement our other shantytown buildings.
Unpainted: £7.00

30/009

Shanty Town House #2
Another shanty town shack photographed at the Dog Patch outside Da Nang in 1967.
Unpainted: £6.00

30/010
French Colonial Style town shop/house
This model is based on a photograph in a Saigon tourist guidebook. Ideal as part of a row of buildings or as a stand-alone building in a small town market square.
Unpainted: £13.50

30/011
Hoi An town house (small)
 Photographed in the town of Hoi An in 1967 this model is a typical of a small town house mixing both French Colonial and Asian building styles.
Unpainted: £8.00

30/012
Hoi An town house (large)
Photographed in the town of Hoi An. This model is a typical of a larger design of town house mixing both French Colonial and Asian building styles.
Unpainted: £13.50

30/013
Saigon Gas station/Garage
Based on photos of a small petrol/gas station in Saigon (photographed in 1967). The model includes three "clutter" items (an old car, a pile of tyres and boxes, and a car to fit inside the workshop interior).
Unpainted: £16.00

30/014
Vietnamese village hooch
Thatched roof & walls, with lean-to
Unpainted: £6.00

30/015
Vietnamese village hooch
Thatched roof & walls
Unpainted: £6.00

30/016
Vietnamese village hooch
Thatched roof & rendered plaster/mud walls, with lean-to
Unpainted: £6.00

30/017
Vietnamese village hooch
Thatched roof & rendered plaster/mud walls
Unpainted: £6.00

30/018
Camouflaged Viet Cong and NVA Bunkers
A pack of camouflaged bunkers, based on contemporary photos of VC bunkers. They are easy to paint and can be enhanced by the addition of scenic foliage etc.The pack contains 3 bunkers.

Unpainted: £4.00

30/019
Reinforced Sandbag Command Bunker
A typical reinforced sandbag command bunker, found on firebases and military installions throughout South Vietnam.
Unpainted: £4.00

30/020
Artillery Crew/Ammunition Bunker
A reinforced sandbag bunker used for artillery crew accomodation or ammunition storage. usually found next to an artillery emplacement this model is designed to be used with 30/024 Artillery Firing Position.

Unpainted: £3.50

30/021
Firebase Bunker (Variation A)
A revetted and sandbag reinforced bunker, typical of bunkers found on firebases and military installations throughout South Vietnam. 

Unpainted: £3.75

30/022
Firebase Bunker (Variation B)
A variation on the revetted and sandbag reinforced bunker, typical of bunkers found on firebases and military installations throughout South Vietnam. 

Unpainted: £3.75

30/023
Ammunition Storage Shelters
These corrugated iron shelters were designed to provide environmental protection for ammunition and similar stores in the field. They were quickly erected and  were often found next to the gun positions in firebases. These models can be used to add interest and clutter to the Artillery Firing Position (30/024) or can also be used as objective/ammunition markers. The pack contains 2 pieces.

Unpainted: £3.25

30/024
Artillery Firing Position
On arriving at a new firing position or firebase the priority for US and ARVN artillery crews was to ensure the guns were protected. This model represents and newly dug firing position with a low earth berm and partial sandbag protection.  For a more permanent artillery emplacement add the Artillery Crew Bunker (30/020) and Ammunition Storage Shelters (30/023).
Note this model has been designed to fit the artillery base sizes for popular rules sets such as Crossfire, Modern Spearhead, Cold War Commander and Flames of War.

Unpainted: £4.00

30/025
Firebase Mortar Position with Crew/Ammunition Bunker
A fully revetted and sandbag reinforced mortar position, with an integral crew/ammunition bunker. Typical of mortar positions found in firebases and special forces camps.
Note this model has been designed to fit the mortar base sizes for popular rules sets such as Crossfire, Modern Spearhead, Cold War Commander and Flames of War.
Unpainted: £4.00

30/026
Reinforced Earth Berm with Sandbags and Corrugated Iron Revetting
A pack of earth berm sections with a mixture of corrugated iron, oil drum and ammunition box revettments, topped off with additional sandbag protection. In Vietnam the firebases and fighting camps could be almost any shape and these models are designed to allow the gamer to build his own perimeter as required. The pack contains eight pieces (4 x long and 4 x short). Long sections are 10 cms in length, short sections are 5 cms in length.
Note berm sections have been designed to fit the infantry base frontages for popular rules sets such as Crossfire, Modern Spearhead, Cold War Commander and Flames of War.
Unpainted: £4.50


Our 10mm scale Vietnamese village accessory pack (29/005), comprising a well, family bunker and storage pots etc (7 pieces) is also suitable for use with 15mm figures) - click here to go to the 10mm Vietnam range


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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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