Finger and Toe released new paper terrain buildings for their Speed Trap, NM line.
From the release:
Finger and Toe Models announces the release of the 28mm pdf model Speed Trap in the new Cold Desert Highway product family. As the interstates spread across the American West, small towns on the seldom used old federal highways dried up. Fixtures of generations of road trips vanished. Among those was the Speed Trap: a town whose sole existence depended on catching the unwary traveler. The Finger and Toe model represents a real town in New Mexico: a magistrate court, a law office, and a bill board for hiding a sheriff’s car with a radar gun. The buildings are shells that can be removed to reveal ruins left after you teach the local yokels that valuable lesson.
It’s a perfect place to hide in a post-apocalyptic world. Hungry zombies would roam the interstates for more savory pickings in broken down tour buses. Gangs would avoid it because there aren’t any useable resources. On the other hand, you do still have to deal with that magistrate who hasn’t seen a meal in a very long time.