Buildings in Turmoil

American Civil War Buildings in Miniature

Recent Additions
  1. Gettysburg - Forney Farm (House & Barn) in Cast Resin
  2. Fredericksburg - Innes House in Cast Resin
  3. Fredericksburg - Marye's Mill in Cast Resin 
  4. Gettysburg - McClellan House (Jennie Wade) in Cast Resin
  5. Gettysburg - McClellan House (Jennie Wade) in Cast Resin:
  6. Manassas - Henry House
  7. Manassas - Robinson House
  8. Manassas - Mathews House
  9. Manassas - Stone House
  10. Manassas - Chinn House
  11. Manassas - Carter House
  • Coming Soon
  • Manassas - Sudley Church
  • Manassas - Portici
Last Updated : 4/21/2018
  • Sweney House
    Sweney House
  • Forney Farm
    Forney Farm
  • Marye's Mill & Innes House from Fredericksburg
    Marye's Mill & Innes House from Fredericksburg
  • Rectangle Blockhouse 3D print
    Rectangle Blockhouse 3D print
  • Resin Rectangle Blockhouse
    Resin Rectangle Blockhouse
  • McClellan House, where Jennie Wade was shot!
    McClellan House, where Jennie Wade was shot!
  • Cross Blockhouse (w removable top) 3D print
    Cross Blockhouse (w removable top) 3D print
  • Gas-o-meter "Gas-holder" (twist adjustable height) 3D print
    Gas-o-meter "Gas-holder" (twist adjustable height) 3D print
  • Raised Blockhouse 3D print
    Raised Blockhouse 3D print

What is the scale or size of our buildings?  We call them 10mm Historical Replicas

The actual scale of these buildings is "N" in railroad modeling terms.  For those of you who do not know what that equates to, the measurement of the correct size figures would be 10mm - 12mm.  To give you a better idea, the average height of a 1-story building is about 1-1/2 inches tall.  The footprint (length and depth) of a small 1 -story house would be about 1-7/8 x 1-3/8.  A 2-story house stands about  2 inches high.  Our barns footprint is about 3 x 2-1/2 inches, but may vary depending on additions and banks.  

These buildings are made with wargamers in mind, so we say that they are in the 10mm range of miniature figures.  Also, Some people who game in 15mm prefer to use these smaller buildings so that they do not take up so much room on their gaming table.  You can see some pictures with miniatures figures next to the buildings to get an idea of the size.  These are not exact scale models, but very close.  Some effort was made to make a smaller footprint for some of the buildings so that they do not take up as much room.  Much care is gone into keeping the appearance of the original buildings.   


10mm reproductions of buildings that existed at the time of the battle.  Available buildings are photographed and researched for the most accurate depiction at the time of the conflict.

For displays or wargaming with 10mm or 15mm Miniature figures of the American Civil War 

 

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