Barricade

This is another one of the three pieces that make up the Warhammer 40,000 Barricades Set 2. I posted the other curved section back in March. A complete set is made up of three piece resin barricades with each section approximately 6″ / 150mm long. I’ve still not tracked down the straight middle bit.

The catalogue entry read “There are times when Imperial forces must make do with the materials at hand to construct barricades to help fortify areas to defend, and repel the enemy.”

Master model by Simon Harris around about 2002. The full set sold for £14.

Forgeworld product codes: FWF025 then TR-40K-S-022.

Barricade

This is one of the three pieces that make up the Warhammer 40,000 Barricades Set 2. A complete set is made up of three piece resin barricades with each section approximately 6″ / 150mm long. Based on the photos I have seen I have the two curved sections (of which this is one), but not the straight middle bit.

The catalogue entry read “There are times when Imperial forces must make do with the materials at hand to construct barricades to help fortify areas to defend, and repel the enemy.”

Master model by Simon Harris around about 2002. The full set sold for £14.

Forgeworld product codes: FWF025 then TR-40K-S-022.

Small Barricade

Some time just little things can be good fun to paint up.

I am pretty sure that this piece is from the City Fight Barricades Set. This was a two part set.

I may well have the other part from the set in the box of bits but it has only been as I’ve written the post I’ve worked that out from the Forgeworld catalogue. I will need to have a rummage!

So I’m going to roll with that for now. The original blurb in the catalogue says:

There are times when Imperial forces must make do with the materials at hand to construct barricades to help fortify areas to defend, and repel the enemy. Two barricades made from oil drums and creates.

The two part master model by Simon Harris was originally £9 back in 2006

(Product Code TR-40K-S-008)