From the release:
Finger and Toe Models announces the dual release of two sets in the Wild West series LINCOLN, NM: Two Businesses and Two Churches. 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.
Each building in the series is based on a real building in Lincoln. The two businesses are the town’s cantina and its general store (one of the very few buildings with a false front). The two churches represent the Protestant and Catholic churches that served the mountain valley’s faithful.
All four buildings are shells that slip over burned out ruins (did I mention the Lincoln County War was a violent affair?).