Finger and Toe Models brings another piece of terrain to the tabletop with their Lincoln, NM Courthouse.
From the release:
Finger and Toe Models announces the release of another set in the Wild West series LINCOLN, NM: Courthouse. In the Old West cattle were the primary industry and the real measure of a man’s worth. That was certainly true in the Lincoln County War, a range war so violent the US Army was summoned to put an end. Nestled in a narrow mountain valley of southern New Mexico, Lincoln was the home turf of William H. Bonney, Billy the Kid. The Courthouse was where he made his last escape before meeting justice in the form of Pat Garrett.
Each building in the series is based on a real building in Lincoln. The Courthouse was one of the few two story buildings in town. Each floor lifts off to reveal the interior. In the real building, the court met on the first floor, and the second floor was the Sheriff’s office.
The building is a shell that slips over burned out ruins (did I mention the Lincoln County War was a violent affair?).