The Dunker Church was one of noted landmarks at the Battle of Antietam in 1862 and is now available in 6mm scale from our store.
The item is supplied unpainted and is cast using a high quality polyester resin.
Available now at just £2.60.
The Gambrel barn is still found throughout North America and is a must for any 6mm ACW battlefield.
The new addition to our range is cast in a high quality polyester resin and due to the production techniques involved, is guaranteed to be void and bubble free.
The barn is available in our store (unpainted) at £2.50
More 6mm to come soon!
One of the fine folks I have working with closely with my company is Mike Randles. His first creation for our Between the Lines Models range is the Carter Home and outbuildings from the Battle of Franklin.
We have this in the hands of our resin caster, John Mayer and we should have it ready for sales on our site by late next month. Mike will start on the Troop Hurt house from the Battle of Atlanta next.
Paul Bernardino, who created our pontoon set and the Elkhorn Tavern piece, is working diligently on the Carter Cotton Gin from Franklin, TN. I also have a second, big project for him following the Cotton Gin project. Last year, we focused on the Cracker Line and Plank Road ranges. We will do some minor work on these lines this year, but plans are to increase the number of buildings in our Between the Lines Models range during 2017.
I have made a set of markers for use in our games and have decided to make them available for customers as we found them to blend in with the gaming table better than the colour markers in the rule book.
You get all of the markers for both sides as per the sheet in the rules. I have added an extra 4 'Unformed' markers for each side as we found we needed more of these.