I wanted to create as wide a range of structures as possible for 6mm historical and sci-fi  gamers which is why I designed a series of factory ruins and modern high rise buildings. For ruins I decided to focus on Stalingrad factories because of their prominence in the battle and the fact that many 6mm historical gamers play Russian Front scenarios. These ruins will work for WW2-modern scenario as well as sci-fi.

Historical note: Nizhny Locomotive Works was located in the Ural region and was not part of the Battle of Stalingrad.  

The high rise urban structures are designed to be used for both modern historical gaming and futuristic sci-fi gaming. These buildings create an urban landscape that is typical of  A-Symmetrical warfare on the modern battle field as well as science fiction combat scenarios.

I hope you enjoy these new models and they enhance and add realism to your favorite game.



#1062 Lazur Chemical Plant Stalingrad 6" long by 4.1/8" wide w/removable smokestack.

  #1063 Red October Tractor Factory 61/2" long by 6.1/4 " wide

#1064 Barrikady Metal Works 6""X5 1/2 "' Square. Shown with Battletech Mech.

#1065 Nizhny Locomotive Works 7" long by 4 1/4" wide. Shown with Battletech Mech.

#1066 Oil Refinery. 7" long by 4 1/4" wide. Extremely detailed refinery shown w/GHQ model


#1067 Republic Plaza 2" SQ base 2 1/2" in height

#1068 Curtis Office Complex 1 1/2 base SQ 3 1/2" in height. GHQ model pictured

#1069 Bryant Park Studios 1 1/4" SQ by 3 1/2" in height. Can be positioned on top of #1067


#1072 Saber Office Complex 2" SQ base by 2 1/4" in height. GHQ/Battletech miniatures pictured for scale purposes.

Image #1 Form city blocks in a variety of configurations. 

Image #2 Several models are stack-able forming super high rise structures

2 models that are part of this series have not been completed and are not pictured in this post. Images of #1071 and #1070 will be posted as soon they are complete.

Thank you!