From the release:
This new addition to our 28mm resin trench range can be used in 3 basic ways. As a WW1 dug-out, a WW2 or 40k command bunker, or as a fallout shelter. It comprises our weapons position model with a separate roof and support.
During WW1 dug-outs provided shelter for resting troops and cover during bombardment. They branched off the trenches and were constructed from corrugated iron sheets with earth. This model represents a mud covered tin roof and also details the supporting logs. Another of our recent releases has been a 90o bend which can be used for WW1 trenches.
During WW2, trenches were often used to connect bunkers, gun pits and firing positions. This model can be used as a command bunker with a firing/observation gap . A separate concrete style model supports the roof so there is a gap above the sandbags.
This could also be used as a command bunker for 40k. The roof can be raised to 50mm to fit figures with swords etc... Or it could be used as a personnel bunker, for example by both sides in the Hurtgen Forest.
Without the roof it can be used as a weapons pit and can accommodate mortars, howitzers or even an 88mm gun.
As a fallout shelter the earth covering will not burn in the conflagration and the roof will protect you from a nuclear blast (provided you’re not closer than 10km). In the post-apocalyptic era this model can be used as a base for a gang.
See more details and photos on our website.