ruined front wall SRF


Product Code: SRF/RW

This model is part of the modular building series. It forms the separate ruined front wall of the Scientific Research Facility, which is available as a whole in COMBI-DEALS. There are eight windows over 3 floors. This model is also used to form the ruined rear wall of this building. This ruined wall can be used to replace a damaged wall during a game or as an already ruined section of a post-apocalypse structure.

This ruined wall was used as the basis for ruined Factories No1 & No2 at the Armageddon game, Hammerhead 2011. There are better photos of this wall combined with others (as it was designed to be used) in the Gallery.

The wall is self supporting on a pavement base, and is designed to fit in with other 'front' walls, dividing walls or gable end walls and has runners on the inside to support floors or roofs in conjunction with other walls. As well as the high detail on the outside of the building, this wall also has very detailed features on the internal face,  windows and frames.

"Who knows what manner of experimentation goes on within these inconspicuous walls?. The defeaning explosion unleased a radioactive cloud that hung over the site for several hours before being dispersed by the wind."

Although this building can be used for Offices, zombie production and any manner of scientific 'research', it was originally built to produce heavy water…

This wargames terrain model is representative of offices or light industrial factories built around mid to late 20th Century and found all over the world including the UK, Europe and America. The appearance is of a generic type found in many urban areas, particularly cities, so that it can be used in conflicts from the 1930’s, WW2, Cold War, modern urban street-fighting and rpg.

The purpose of the modular series is to allow the user flexibility with the urban environment. Should you just want a street scene then facades can be built up on either side. Or, if you want to represent burnt out buildings then the wall elements will only be required. You will quickly see that this gives you savings as the roofs or floors need not be purchased at the same time or, indeed, ever.

Pavement corner pieces are available separately as a set of four.


This model is 188mm high by 144mm wide and 40mm front to back including 25mm of 'tarmac' pavement with edging stones.


The facades represent a composition of cladding panels and this offers a wide choice of painting schemes and textures depending on the use of the building and the era. The cladding panels can be coloured white as indicated in the photos or as concrete grey/beige (for that 50's & 60's appearance). Vertical panels can be painted as concrete and horizontal panels below the windows as light greens or blues (to give that faded 1960's &'70s appearance). An even more modern look can be achieved by painting the panels in light greys, greens and turquoise. Painting the window frames dark grey will also enhance this appearance. Have a look around in your local city for inspiration. Needless to say that all this was before the explosion! Now its a smouldering pile of burnt concrete and ash.

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