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Personal logo Andrew Walters Supporting Member of TMP writes:

These are really cool.

One of the cool things about really small scales is the sense that you're looking down at so much, seeing the battle from so much higher. And the variety and believability of these buildings would really enhance that.

I gotta try 2mm some day.

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18th Century
World War Two on the Land

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

We've added a number of new items to our Small Scale Scenery range. For those who haven't come across this range before, we now have over 130 different buildings, forts and other scenic items made to 1:1000th scale, so they work perfectly with 2mm figures, 1:1200th ships, or just about any scale of aircraft.

The new models open up a new front in Germany with a Cold War village set and a trio of churches.

There is also a set of modern farm structures with metal sheds and barns, grain silos, and water towers. There's a pair of Belgian Dockside Warehouses, based on the design of Hangar Waagnatie (the venue for Crisis) but smaller. Finally, there are three new options for our modular castles with octagonal-, round-, and square-roofed towers.

German Village

Modern Farm

Belgian Warehouses


SSS-8122t – Circular Tower with Roof – £1.50 GBP
SSS-8122u – Octagonal Tower with Roof – £1.50 GBP
SSS-8122v – Square Tower with Roof – £1.50 GBP
SSS-8132 – German Post-War Village – £6.00 GBP
SSS-8133 – German Churches – £5.00 GBP
SSS-8134 – Modern Farm Structures – £5.50 GBP
SSS-8135 – Belgian Dockside Warehouses – £5.00 GBP

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