War-Torn City Ruined Buildings Barricades and Rubble Set

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The Ruined Buildings Barricades and Rubble Set Part of the War Torn City range from War World Gaming, the terrain pieces represent an apocalyptic, desolate and futuristic city, which includes ruined buildings, street blockades, barricades and rubble, as well as miniature bases and a range of carefully selected scenery and basing materials perfect for use with military dioramas and any 28mm/heroic scale sci-fi or modern wargame such as Warhammer, 40,000, Infinity, Bolt Action, Warmachine, Age of Sigmar, Necromunda

The Ruined Buildings Barricades and Rubble Set, street barricades and blockades includes 3 different intricately detailed buildings with clear plastic windows and a neon sign to add realism to your layout. The set additionally includes rubble terrain pieces as well as defensive street barricades and blockades made from crates and barrels to add an extra dimension to your battleboard. Designed and produced in our award-winning Design Studio from high quality resin, this set provides ideal cover, vantage points as well as objective markers for your troops.

  • Full Set of 3 Ruined Multi-Storey Buildings with rubble pieces, street barricades and blockades from the War-Torn City range by War World Gaming
  • Can provide cover for your troops, an objective marker as well as vantage points
  • Made from high quality resin (unpainted) with intricate details ideal for your 28mm/heroic scale battlefield
  • Perfect for any modern or sci-fi wargame (Warhammer, 40K, Age of Sigmar, Necromunda)
  • Kit Contains: 3 x War-Torn Buildings, 7 x Rubble Pieces 3 x Barricades & 2 x Blockades

Set Contains:

1 x T-Section Building (170x120x100 mm)

1 x Corner Building (140x132x100 mm)

1 x Corner Building with Firing Hole (140x120x100 mm)

7 x Rubble Pieces

3 x Barricades (150x35x40mm)

2 x Barrel and Crate Blockades (105x70x37mm)

Disclaimer: Resin material is hand-poured, so some modelling may be required.