4GROUND - Cobbled Stone Roads Straight Sections - 15mm - 15R-TAO-301
As towns grew their dirt roads rutted, radome cobblestones were used to fill the ruts. Eventually during the C18th and C19th random cobblestoned roads were replaced with true cobblestone paviours or ‘Belgian Sett paving’ - squared off, hard and durable quarried stone set in courses across the road.
Sett cobblestone roads were much less susceptible to rutting and would not turn into mud due to rain or snow. Such cobblestoned streets usually radiated from the more central areas of cities and towns where there were more affluent businesses, shops and households. During urban combat, with almost constant scenes of intense fighting to dislodge well hidden defenders, these changes in the roads and pavements would tell attackers that they were heading ever closer to the centre, success would be measured in paved streets rather than road miles.
15mm Scale models supplied unassembled. Miniatures not included.
This kit is rated 4Ground skill level 3
1 x 15mm Scale Cobblestone Roads Straight Sections