Industry of War Stairway

War World Gaming
$10.15 - $12.69
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The Industry of War Stairway is a modular piece which can be used with or added to any of our Industry of War structures. Take your battles into a multi-storey environment and maximise your playing space! Disclaimer: MDF kits require modelling tools and glue to assemble. Any residual smell from laser cutting will dissipate within a few days.

  • MDF Stairway by War World Gaming
  • Pre-painted or Unpainted, easy-to-build structure made from laser-cut MDF
  • Part of the multi-storey Industry of War gaming environment
  • Perfect for Warhammer, 40k, Shadow War, Necromunda or any Sci-Fi/Modern 28mm Wargame
  • Kit contains: 1 x Stairway & 1 x Closed Bulkhead

Part of the Industry of War range of modular battle environments by War World Gaming. These multi-level arenas recreate the fierce fighting within factory complexes as your armies look to assert their control over vitally important strategic positions. Our easy-to-assemble kits are supplied pre-painted or unpainted and are produced from high quality 3mm laser-cut MDF which can be disassembled once you have defeated your enemies. Industry of War also features a range of highly detailed resin terrain pieces to further enhance and expand the battlefield. Perfect for almost any 20mm – 28mm modern or sci-fi wargame.

Kit Contains: 1 x Stairway – (L x W x H): 120 x 55 x 85 mm, 1 x Closed Bulkhead – (L x W x H): 64 x 3 x 64 mm


  • 5
    Excellent additions to the set

    Posted by Simon Ayesse on 30th Nov 2021

    These are excellent pieces. I ordered the pre-painted version, and laser cutting really enhances the industrial look of the finished piece. These stairs are really excellent in several ways, including being perfect for scale. I particularly like that the space behind each stair is open, allowing me to slide the base of a miniature into the open space and position them perfectly at exactly the right spot on the staircase. My only complaint is the lack of any labels, instruction, or even a reference image in the bag of parts. Since I ordered a lot of pieces all at once, it took me some fiddling around to figure out what is what, and then I used the web site photos for reference to confirm that I was assembling correctly. That minor complaint aside, the pieces were very precisely cut and fit together perfectly. I am very happy with my purchase, and this will see frequent use in my weekend sci-fi miniatures battles.