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Personal logo Tony Francis Sponsoring Member of TMP of Brigade Models Ltd writes:

Some of our more popular releases over the last year or so have been the Modular Castles in the Small Scale Scenery range.

Today sees an extension to the range with a new set of components for German/Polish Crusader castles, such as the magnificent Marienwerder (now Kwidzyn Castle) and Marienburg (Malbork castle). These were constructed primarily of brick rather than stone, so have a distinctive red/orange hue.

Crusader Castle

As with our previous castle sets, we've provided a set of components (walls, keep, gatehouse, towers) that you can mix and match to create a historical prototype or make your own design. They're compatible with any of our existing components, so you can use those as well.

The five new parts are a large keep with corner tower, based on Lochstadt Castle, now in Russia; a barbican (a fortified structure used to protect the far end of a drawbridge or entrance bridge); a new gatehouse design (taken from Malbork Castle); and sets of walls with covered walkways, including ones with small integral defensive towers.

These parts are all available separately, or there is a set available with a keep, gatehouse, barbican, eight towers, three wall sections with tower, and eight plain wall sections. You can select different tower types when you order.

SSS-8119c – Crusader Castle Set – £15.00 GBP
SSS-8121c – Crusader Keep – £5.00 GBP
SSS-8143 – Barbican – £2.50 GBP
SSS-8123d – Crusader Gatehouse – £1.50 GBP
SSS-8120c – Covered Walls (x4) – £1.50 GBP
SSS-8120d – Covered Walls w/Tower (x2) – £1.00 GBP

And finally … Waterloo is back. We had to briefly withdraw the Waterloo Buildings set for remolding, but that's done so it's back on the website again.

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