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Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges

I have recently added these images to my site in order to illustrate the utility of the earthen embrasures and stone bridges in Good Ground's Between the Lines range of buildings. Of course, all these models would be fine for use with 10-15mm figures from the Napoleonic period all the way up through the late 19th century. The bridges will work for even a longer period and would be appropriate for almost any period and arena for which such a structure is required.

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 1

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 2

The Stone 3 arch bridge is appropriate for such battles as Manassas or Antietam, but can be used for many geographic locations and a wide range of eras.

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 3

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 4

The same applies to the smaller 2 arch stone bridge.

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 5

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 6

Earthen Fortifications and Stone Bridges picture 7

Pictured here are a single AB20, two AB21 and one set of AB24.

The earthen fortifications are a set of five separate pieces. AB20 is a straight 3" long resin piece. AB21 is a 2.5" 45 degree angle. AB22 and 23 are both small metal pieces of 90 and 45 degree angles respectively. Finally, AB24 is a pack of two metal end pieces (Left and Right). The seams are very tight, and can be easily hidden with a small dab of putty or flocking gel. Employed above was the latter of the two.

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