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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

From the Battlefield in a Box line, we're opening the box today on the Clock Tower.

Clock Tower box

Inside the sturdy cardboard box are five shrink-wrapped objects: archway, first story, second story (identical to first story), third story (with clock faces), and roof.

Clock Tower components

The pieces stack to form the complete tower. (One of my stories would not fit into the archway, so I swapped it with the other story and it worked.)

Clock Tower

The tower is the same in front and in back, and the right side is the same as the left side.

Clock Tower

This product is marked "suitable with" Flames of War and World War III: Team Yankee, and each story will hold two FoW medium bases.

Clock Tower

Wondering where the door is?

Clock Tower

This product works in 15mm for any period that would have a clock in a European-style tower.