3 Dec 2014

The Baggagetrain

The Baggagetrain


The BaggageTrain started off as a figure painting company, and we were asked many times if we made or painted any terrain. From this our small range of resin terrain has grown from roads and rivers to 15mm Roman forts. On our way we have acquired Merbeth designs with its vast range of 6mm to 28mm terrain, building, 28mm Sci-Fi vehicles and figures ranges. Acropolis: Sci-Fi and Fantasy Figures range. Warsquad a range of 20mm WWII figures and a range of 10mm figures called “Ten High” which has a very large range of ACW figures and soon to be added; Late Romans, Gaul’s, Republican Roman with more to follow in the future.

Ancients, Dacian, Gallic,  Goths, Huns, Numidian, Roman, Sarmatians, Buildings, Decals
Dark Ages, Normans, Buildings
World War II, German, Buildings
19th Century, American Civil War
Scenics & Accessories

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Stephen Oates


The Baggagetrain
10 Lynfield Close
Connah's Quay Deeside
United Kingdom


01244 818504
07946 365326




My Baggagetrain Buildings

The BaggageTrain Buildings

The Baggagetrain is a small operation run by Steven Oates who makes building suitable for my Caesars Gallic War. And I must say I am extremely impressed with these buildings and will we most definitely getting a lot more. 

10mm Sub Roman Great Hall, this model is approximately 100mm long and 50mm wide. It is a timber and daub building with a thatched roof. This model can be used throughout the Late Roman to early medieval period.

10mm Sub Roman Great Hall

10mm Roman outpost, It comes in four parts and is made from a high quality resin. It needs to be assembled so basic modeling skills are required.

10mm Roman outpost

10mm Roman tents, 6 x legionaries and 1 x centenarian's tent

10mm Roman tents

10mm Roman/Sub Roman/Saxon/Viking building to create a small village, the models are of a timber and daub with a thatched roof. These model can be used throughout the Late Roman, Saxon/viking to early medieval period.

10mm Roman/Sub Roman/Saxon/Viking building to create a small village

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