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Charles Besly02 Dec 2012 12:07 p.m. PST

I need help, as I work on at least 2 other scenarios. I have been bitten by the Bug again. I am looking for a Pegasas Bridge in 28mm and for recommendations on buildings since I have several other projects in the works I would prefer not to have to scratch build. Thanks for the Helm

Personal logo Jlundberg Supporting Member of TMP02 Dec 2012 1:11 p.m. PST

4 ground from warlord are very nice link
Some nice resin buildings from Architects of War link

Grand Manner has some gorgeous resin stuff link

Spartan02 Dec 2012 2:14 p.m. PST

For buildings check kobblestone.ca

Charles Besly02 Dec 2012 3:10 p.m. PST

Ok thaks stil looking for a 28mm pegasas bridge

Personal logo Jlundberg Supporting Member of TMP02 Dec 2012 3:21 p.m. PST

I have seen it in 15mm and it was large and expensive
20mm here- weighing in at 295 pounds link

Lasercut 28mm – you would need to do the ends
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VonTed02 Dec 2012 4:23 p.m. PST
Toshach Sponsoring Member of TMP02 Dec 2012 5:22 p.m. PST

That Modelworks version that Jlundberg posted is sweet, actually one of the most accurate models of the bridge I've seen.

The lasercut version that VonTed links to is the modern bridge. The original was removed (back in the 70s maybe) and was relocated nearby as part of a museum commemorating the attack. The new bridge is similar in design.

I have 6mm and 15mm versions. They're the wrong scale for you, but a lot cheaper.

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No Name Inactive Member03 Dec 2012 1:49 a.m. PST

Gamecraft do an MDF version of Pegasus Bridge:

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Bob

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Jemima Fawr03 Dec 2012 2:27 a.m. PST

As Toschach says; that lasercut bridge is the modern bridge, which looks similar (it was deliberately designed to reflect the look of the original), but is considerably larger than the original.

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