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XX001 3 x 3 cm bases (square)
These are used for the majority of Peter Pig rule systems.   Usually infantry
40 Bases in a pack.   

XX002 3x 4 cm bases (rectangular)
Usually used for cavalry and equipment.
40 Bases per pack.   

 XX003 4 x 4 cm bases (square)
These are usually used for guns and generals
10 Bases per pack £2.50

The famous Piggy Dice £6       Pack  0f 12
Choose colour   All dice are 16mm size.   Piggy on the 6.     

16mm dice. Peter Pig first produced these dice with piggy head on the 6 (instead of the traditional 1 in 2003).  Another innovation from Peter Pig.

Black (xx201)

Dark orange (xx202)

Orange (xx203)

Kawasaki green (xx204)

British racing (dark) green (xx205)

Blitzkrieg (dark) grey (xx206)

Spitfire (light) blue (xx207)  

Mid blue (xx208)

Pink (xx209)  

Ivory (xx210)  

Yellow (xx211)

(XX004) Pair of choice dice
2 faces "I choose" 4 Faces blank.
Used when a player wishes to choose the location of the casualties inflicted. Used in some Peter Pig rules.

£1.50 per pair

Peter Pig 15mm figures
Peter Pig is one of the world's leading 15mm figure manufacturers.  We make 6000 different figures and models.  These are distilled into   1800 (15mm) packs. Every range has an associated set of rules. Also, there are related 15mm scenery ranges to accompany the figure ranges.  In these days of wandering measures of sizes into 18mm, 12mm and other sizes close to 15mm; Peter Pig has remained true to the 15mm ideal.  These other sizes are often an attempt by a manufacturer to create a market  for just their peculiar size. It is also used by sculptors who cannot work well with the 15mm size restriction and so need extra size in order to create acceptable sculpts. Peter Pig will continue to do 15mm wargame figures.  We will also constantly return to each range in order to carry out updates and additions.
Thus we have  15mm ranges with longevity and future potential.

Range 21   Scenery

A range of well researched (we have been to most of them!) scenery to add flavour and plausibility to your game.
Each piece is made to full scale and is not a caricature. The buildings are made from polyester resin and are solid.

There are no removable roofs or windows - each piece is solid.
Many of the buildings have metal parts to complete them. A super glue or epoxy will attach the parts effectively.

S&A scenics. Simon at S&A scenics makes all the Peter Pig templates we use on our participation games.
Good looking and tough (and this is just Simon)!
We chose to use them because they are good quality and have a reliable service.

S & A Scenics
44 Kings Drive
01524 733344


Here are some thoughts about painting.  If you are already a confident painter then ignore this. If not, then read this.
First wash the resin pieces in warm soapy water. This is to remove any mould lubricant that might work against the paint adherence.

Then paint in dark brown, such as raw umber or chocolate.  Use a 13mm flat sable brush. Well worth the expense.  Such a brush will get the paint into the corners and cover nicely.

After this undercoat is dry go over any missed areas with a black touch up.

“Drybrushing” is where almost no paint remains upon the 13mm sable brush. If necessary paint on a scrap piece of card until most paint is gone. Remember that drybrushing can be repeated, but excess paint cannot be removed.

Then use a mid brown drybrush. Go over this with progressively lighter shades of dry brushing. Each time using less paint and smaller areas.

Ancient- Fantasy

3. German building square (ancient)  £5

Normal village house for ancient German or Gallic  tribal use.

(Wargame Scenery)

4. German building Rectangular (ancient)  £5

18. Small 2 storey house (ancient/fantasy)   £5

19. Small barn (ancient/fantasy)  £5

(Wargame Scenery)

20. Stone bridge
3 inches length


124. Greek temple (Amphiprostyle) £8

125. Town building £7

Horse and musket (Pirates-ECW-AWI-ACW)

8. Large pile of barrels £5

(Wargame Scenery)

9. Long boat (metal tiller supplied) £5
(Wargame Scenery)

100. Line of gabions (4")

(Wargame Scenery)

101. Gabion artillery emplacement (2.75")

(Wargame Scenery)

World wars 1 and 2

6. Japanese Bunker Artillery/tank (WW2) £5
(not hollow)

HORSCH car for scale comparison
(Wargame Scenery)

7. Japanese Bunker MG (WW2) £4.50
(not hollow)

(Wargame Scenery)

16. Fort Turret Large (WW1/2) £5.50

(Wargame Scenery)

17. Fort Turret small (WW1/2)

This is a free standing turret that can be used to represent WW1 fort turrets such as those on the  Maginot line.

43. HQ stuff
Includes 2x table, 4x chairs and 2x  scissor scopes.

This set can be used for WW1 and later wars.  Ideal for a higher command post.

44. Telegraph poles Europe (WW2)
(10 of)  

These are typical of France and European countries from WW2 onwards. No the French did not mainly use wooden poles. They were one of the most advanced countries for engineering in the world! (Wargame Scenery)

89. Checkpoint. sentry box, barrier, brazier, sandbags.  £7.50

A barrier, sentry box,  brazier and sandbag protection piece. This set can be used from WW1 up until the present day. (Wargame Scenery)

107. Generic trench section (6") £4.50

Suitable for trenches

(Wargame Scenery)

121. Dug in marker
This marks an area as dug in.
(6"/ 14cm)


1.Long hut (Vietnam)  £5.50

A normal Vietnamese hut found in the villages. Sometimes refered to as a "hooch".  (Wargame Scenery)

Size 6.5 x 3.5 x 3(height) cm

2. Square hut (Vietnam) £5.50

Another variation of the Vietnamese village huts.  Made of  local materials and wood. (Wargame Scenery)

Size 5x5x3 (height) cm  + extension

103. School/meeting house

Resin roof with 4 metal uprights strips.


This bulding is a typical component of any Vietnamese village. It is an open sided school and meeting house. it would provide shleter from rain and sun.  (Wargame Scenery)

104. Logger's house

A variation on a normal village hut  because it has an attached store. Such a store would contain raw materials for construction and sale.  (Wargame Scenery)

107. Generic trench section (6")   £4.50

Suitable for Vietnam firebases (Wargame Scenery)

108. Vietnam watch tower   £6.50

A kit of a metal base, ladder and a resin top which holds a 3x3cm base. (Wargame Scenery)

109. Vietnam bunker
Top section will hold a 3x3cm   base. (Wargame Scenery)

111. Trench corner section £4.50
(Wargame Scenery)

AK 47

8. African Building Square (Modern)

A typical "modern" house for an African vilage. Block walls witha  metal corrigated roof. Luxury.

(Wargame Scenery)

9. African building Long (Modern) £5.50

A second version of an African village house. possibly built by international aid or plantation owners.  (Wargame Scenery)

10. Round Hut (colonial/Modern) £5.50

Such huts are still common in Africa as they are effcetive and easy to build.

Scatter afew chickes around to give a "Inhabited"  village scene.  (Wargame Scenery)

17.36 Destroyed Mercedes  £4.50

cars of this vintage are still much in evidence within Africa, This car has been recently hit by small arms fire. It had been thee for more than three days the wheels and interior would have been stripped. (Wargame Scenery)

wargame scenery

Odds and animals (normal pack prices)

33. Oxen
(6 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

34. Pigs
(8 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

35. Sheep
(8 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

36. Bicycles
(6 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

39. Grave stones/crosses
(8 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

41. Dead Cows
(6 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

42.Tree stumps etc.
(6 items)
Designed for use as grid markers or objectives in our grid based rules (Square Bashing, PBI, Conquerors and Kings etc)
2,1,1,2 (in picture order)

50. Coffins
(4 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

51. Wooden barrels
(8 of)
(Wargame Scenery)

59. Dead horses
(6 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

08526. Dogs pack 1
(8 of)

(Wargame Scenery)

68. Rough hill/ground markers (resin) 6 of £4.50
(Wargame Scenery)

90. Chicken groups
(8 of)
(Wargame Scenery)

102. Dogs pack 2
(8 dogs)

(Wargame Scenery)

110. Ladders (6)
Length 40mm
These are for buildings and forts etc.

(Wargame Scenery)

Normandy  things

52. Petrol Station accessories Normandy (pumps etc) 6 pieces  

These items will create a normal petrol station for central europe.  These can be put outside any building because most petrol stations were multi-function establishments unlike modern ones.

(Wargame Scenery)

53. Furniture Normandy (piano etc)

54. Street Signs Normandy
8 pieces

The shorter (concrete)sign is common to European towns and villages to mark the start and end of the conurbation.  The middle sign is a more ad -hoc arrangement used to direct military traffic.  the right hand sign is of a rural type.

55. High Walls Resin
(20" ,5 pieces)


1 long piece  14cm

1 long piece with breach  14cm

1 medium piece 10cm

2 short pieces  4.5 cm  x2

Height = 23mm  Dice height =16mm

56. Gates for high walls (metal x4)

57. War Memorial (resin)

Typical of the monuments to WW1 seen is many French vllages.

81. Pissoir (urinal)


(Wargame Scenery)

As seen in the square of most European towns and villages.
2 men and 4 pieces. All metal. Includes two men using the facility.

Continuation of picture above.  Such gates are very common in WW1/2 French towns. The gate would adjoin the house frontage and the neighbouring house so that no off road access was possible.

Generic   multi  -period




78. Two span bridge  (Wargame Scenery) £11

15mm bridge for wargames

This bridge can be used with bloody barons (wars of the roses) right up until the present day. A good stone structure will last hundreds of years. The bridge is wide enough for a PP tiger tank.(30mm bases). 8 inches length.

66. Walls 8 Pieces (gates, corners and straights) (Wargame Scenery)  £11

15mm walls for wargames

Pack includes left and right corners. This is a random selection of walling. The pieces can easily be cut with a small hack saw. the walls are not designed to crate a specific farm layout.

67. Hedges. 8 Pieces (gates, corners and straights) £11

15mm hedges for wargames

Pieces measure from 3.5 and 4.5 inches. (Wargame Scenery)

79. 4 Barricades- Urban
(Wargame Scenery) £6.50

15mm barricade for wargames

Pieces includes furniture, mattresses etc.  (Wargame Scenery)

80. 4 Barricades- Logs(Wargame Scenery) £6.50

15mm barricade for wargames

These are for more rural or older barricades. (Wargame Scenery)

91. Set of 3 peasant haystacks. (Wargame Scenery) £5

(Wargame scenery)

95. Pair of peasant covered water wells (metal)  

(Wargame Scenery)

These can be used for most periods and theatres. We have used them in Russian villages.

93. A set of 3 PBI objectives. Made in resin. They can be used in any wargame of 1800 onwards. £14

Wood log position
Abandoned building position
Hut at vital point position

(Wargame Scenery)

15mm objective markers for wargames

94. Log pile made by lumberjacks  (Wargame Scenery)

97. Damaged building (from objective set) (Wargame Scenery)

(Wargame Scenery)

98. Log defences (from objective set) (Wargame Scenery)

(Wargame Scenery)

99. Hut (from objective set) (Wargame Scenery)


107. Generic trench section (6")

Suitable for most periods(Wargame Scenery)

This section is a front. This means the figure bases are pushed up to it. It will do nicely for ACW onwards.

112. Brick chimneys
(8)  metal

These chimneys are intended to be added to 15mm buildings that are either scratch built or do not have chimneys. The peg allows them to be put into a drilled hole. This will give a tough addition to the  model building.

113. Mediterranean chimneys (8) metal £4.50

These chimneys are designed for use on Italian and Spanish buildings. These chimneys have a cover ,as is normal in these regions of the world.

Dark Ages

82. Poor house (triangle)
pack of 3  
(Wargame Scenery)


This is the standard dwelling of English folk

83. Garrison building (plank sides)  (Wargame Scenery)


A well built store or barrack house owned by the garrison.

84. Barn with double doors  (Wargame Scenery)

£ 6

A standard farmers bard for stock and produce.

85. Small hall  (Wargame Scenery)


A small hall used by the merchant classes

86. Extension store (Wargame Scenery)


An "add on" for 83,84,85 with stacked stores.

87. Saxon church  (Wargame Scenery)


A Saxon church based on the "church in the wall" at Wareham.

88. Standing stones x3  (Wargame Scenery) £5

Markers for important places. used in "Longships" to mark hard (double stacked) scenery

ECW and medieval buildings

These buildings can be used with wars of the roses and ECW ranges.

105. Tudor houses
Stone base and T shape  

(Wargame Scenery)


A row of houses. The top and bottom are separate castings to allow for the proper overhang.
Metal chimneys are included too.  These houses are impressive and useful for WOTR and ECW.

106. Tudor houses
big and small

(Wargame Scenery)


A row of houses. The top and bottom are separate castings to allow for the proper overhang.
Metal chimneys are included too. These houses are impressive and useful for WOTR and ECW.

Some nice pictures         paint by Julie and others

Pirate and 17th /18th century

Here is a range of buildings that will be good for buccaneers, pirates and Europe in the 17th century and after. These are well researched.

These are historical buildings, not the Mexican/Spanish western types from Hollywood pirate movies. These buildings are those made by the Dutch and English in such places at Port Royal. In the Caribbean. The European nations brought their normal building methods with them. These buildings have glass windows, shutters and pent roofs. These buildings are for wargaming  with such rules as the PP pirate land raids. They will also be fine for ECW, AWI etc. For compatibility, these buildings use basic pieces combined in various ways. Marvellous. The windows and doors are rendered with fine detail. Notice that each building has plenty of doors because they were often built up against other buildings, thus cutting off paths . The large amount of windows makes use of light and ventilation.

Role within the pieces of eight land raid rules

114. Town house

A two storey house. This building type constitutes the greater number of buildings within the town. Some may be taverns or "comfort" houses.

Town house    £5.50

115. Side building

A single storey building with pitched roof and windows on two faces. Typically built as an add on in order to squeeze extra space into a small area/yard.

Town house    £4.50

116. Chandlery

A major and important building. This is where ship spares are bought! sail cloth, wood , pots and fittings.

Important building   £7.50

117. Merchant hall

A meeting place where merchants can meet, haggle and carry out the art of the deal.

Important building   £5.50

118.  Barracks

A single storey building where the paid troops live. This building would be centrally placed  in the town and ready (?) to intervene should the need arise (or quickly go to some other matter that needs their attention far from the town).

Barracks    £5.50

119. L shaped building

A town house complex. Probably a wealthier citizen with attacked extra accommodation. This person probably trades in spices.

 Town house   £6.50

8. Large pile of barrels £4.50

(Wargame Scenery)

9. Long boat (metal tiller supplied) £4.50
(Wargame Scenery)

100. Line of gabions (4")

(Wargame Scenery)

101. Gabion artillery emplacement (2.75")

(Wargame Scenery)

120. Cargo. Bales, bags and boxes. £4.50  

American Western, AWI and ACW

A range of buildings and accessories that can be used for AWI, ACW and western games. The buildings are solid. All of the buildings have been researched by visiting real examples in America! The western buildings come along with a metal casting for the chimney stack.

5. Outhouses ( x2)  (Western/ACW)  (Wargame Scenery)

There were no indoor restrooms in most dwellings. These little buildings (earth closets) would be a distance of about 10 paces from their associated building.

21. Jail (Western) (4.5x7cm)

(Wargame Scenery) £5

The jail differs from most western town buildings in having a brick section to help prevent breakouts. The front section would be the sheriff's office.

22. Store1 (Western) (5x7cm)

(Wargame Scenery) £5

This is a normal store with a planking main building fronted by a smart facade which would be decorated to attract business. To let in light and show wares the windows would be as big as possible (glass too!).

23. Store2 (Western) (5x7cm)

(Wargame Scenery) £5

 A variation of the above with a slightly different construction method. The metal chimney would be attached to an internal stove to warm the occupants.

24. Saloon (Western) (7x9cm)

(Wargame Scenery)


A full size western gold town hotel. Upstairs would hold about 5 rooms. Downstairs would be dedicated to an open bar area. The toilet would still be outside.

25. Livery Stable (Western/ACW) (6x8cm

(Wargame Scenery) £7

There might be several stables in a town. Competition. There would be a hay loft, stalls and a small office inside this building. An attached fenced area for horses should be added on if making an accurate set up.

26. Add on outbuilding (5x3cm) (Western)
£4.50(Wargame Scenery)

This outbuilding can be added to any of the above buildings to provide some variation. It could also be a small office for a gold assayer or photographer grafted onto the side of a shop.

27. Wood cabin (Western/ACW) (7x5.5cm)

(Wargame Scenery) £6

Many ranches would have a log cabin as the main accommodation as time and money were better spent on barns and raising cattle. In a wealthy ranch such a building would be used for the hired help

28.Roof and sidewalk (5cm Metal kit)

(Wargame Scenery) £4.80

Sidewalks were not always present when towns were put up. They were an added luxury to shield people from the mud and sun as the seasons went by. This kit allows the stanchions to penetrate through the base walk so that the walk way is raised off the ground by the requisite few millimetres.

29. Water Tower (Western/ACW)  (Wargame Scenery)


Every station needs a water tower. When the trunk/spout is lowered (usually by means of a dangling chain that a man on the ground could pull) ,it releases the water into the tender of the engine. The engines water tank sits by the wood stack. this item matches the PP railway engine! The tank itself is covered by wooden tiles to prevent evaporation of the precious water which had to be pumped up to it.

30. Station (Western/ACW)

(Wargame Scenery)  


This is a typical small town station. It does not have a platform. Most stations required the passengers to get off the train down to ground level and then walk the few yards to the station building. The raised stage area on this model is for loading and unloading wagons. Special trolleys the height of boxcar floors would be used for unloading the train and wheeling across to the stage area, thus reducing manual lifting. The small set of windows are for the ticket and telegraph service. Peter Pig do a train crew to go with this item.

37. Indian Tepee £5

(Wargame Scenery)

This is a plains Indian tepee. the opening at the top can be open or closed by use of the attached pole. Notice that the entrance is quite small so that it would be snug when closed. The main piece is solid resin with a metal casting for the protruding poles.

31. Fences (6 lots of 5cm=30cm total) (Wargame Scenery)  £5.80

This is the typical fence for the ACW. The rails are slotted into vertical posts which have slots cut in them. These fences were used on farms throughout the war and can be seen on such battlefields as Gettysburg. Because men had to climb over such fences, they were targets as they did so.

32. Cactii (5of)   

 (Wargame Scenery)

Common types as found in the desert and border regions in the south.

38. Signs (Western/ACW)

(Wargame Scenery)

A selection of signs upon which to post warnings, population statistics or even information ( greedy gulch 30 miles).

40. Troughs and tie rails (Western) (Wargame Scenery)

Horse need water and to be tied up. A trough and tie rail is a sure lure to your store or stables for the weary traveller.

73. ACW/AWI Small farmhouse

(Wargame Scenery)


This is a typical farmhouse for small family farm or tenant farmer. It is based upon a design seen at Bull run.

74. ACW/Western/AWI Church  (Wargame Scenery)


A typical American church. It would also serve as a schoolroom for younger children. You can hold a town meeting there too. Probably chairs inside rather than pews. The little tower houses a bell to arouse the militia, call to church (Sunday 9.30)or other warnings.

75. ACW/AWI Large farmhouse

(Wargame Scenery) £10

This is indeed grand house. Folks from miles around would be mighty impressed. Notice it has two front doors as they were not usually hallways (wasted space). Cooking would be done in the outbuildings by servants and brought to the house to eat. There might well be a cellar to keep goods/supplies cool and dry. there are two floors and an attic for the servants. The house features a brick/stone chimney but still of wooden construction. Based on farm at new market battlefield.

76. ACW/AWI Outbuildings

(Wargame Scenery)


An outbuilding such as this would accompany most significant dwellings. The buildings might be ice house, stores, cook houses or workshops.

77. Tents (objective marker)

(Wargame Scenery)


This marker can be used in most periods wherein tents are used. It is used to identify a template as being of "objective status".

15200. Western Train Set(Wargame Scenery)   £43

Contains pieces from our range 15 Western Range as follows :

#71 x1,#72x2,#73x1,#74x1,#75x1,#70x1


This range of scenery is for ancient, medieval, colonial and modern desert games. The features and the buildings of the desert do not change a lot during these periods of warfare.

60. Desert building #1 (square) suitable for any period desert

(Wargame Scenery)  £6

This building can be painted a light beige colour with some white hi lights to show the effects of the desert sun. The roof is rough and should be painted brown as if branches from a tree.

 61. Desert building #2 (long) suitable for any period desert

(Wargame Scenery)  £6

Like the above building this one has a chimney and stairs to the roof. These two buildings in conjunction create a good village effect.

62. Rocky Outcrop for Sudan etc

(Wargame Scenery)  £5.50

This rocky outcrop makes a good observation or sniper post.  There are 4 minor variations of this  piece. That gives variety.

10 cm at the widest measurement.

63. Depression pieces (2 of) for Sudan etc

(Wargame Scenery)   £6.50

 These resin pieces can be used to mark out an area as a depression without the need to burrow in to the table.

122. Desert domed building
9 x 7 cm   

A building at the centre of the village.
Arched entrances and a nice rooftop.

123. Desert courtyard wall
6 x 4 cm  

Put this beside any desert building to create an enclosed courtyard.


These two jungle buildings are designed for Burma and the jungle fighting. Then can of course be used for pre WW2 as they are not modern designs. Each building includes a metal cast pillar system which will need gluing to the base of the building. The contact area between the resin and pillars is small so the buildings need to be based for strength. Alternatively the base can be mounted upside down so that a larger contact area is available . These buildings are suitable for customers with a bit of modelling skill such as that needed for our tank assembly.

69. Jungle building 1(long)

(Wargame Scenery)  


A typical long jungle house. It is raised on stilts to avoid flood water and animals. Domestic animals might be kept under the building at night. These buildings are designed for Burma and Asian countries where the jungle is found.

70. Jungle building 2 (taller)

(Wargame Scenery)


A different building to the above but designed to be used alongside it in order to give some variation to a jungle village.


These buildings are designed for use in Japanese feudal villages as found in the Samurai period. There are two versions of the roof, supplied on a random basis to give greater variation to your village

71. Samurai house (poor)

(Wargame Scenery) £8

72. Samurai house
(not poor)
(Wargame Scenery) £8


A range of buildings and accessories to model Russian villages and towns. Russian buildings often became very distressed due to the poverty of their owners and harsh weather. This range is accurate for WW1, WW2 and the Russian civil war. The normal Russian village would be grouped along either side of a very wide road (say 50 feet). The road would be dusty in the summer and muddy in the winter.

These buildings are solid. Each building is based upon real examples.

11. Russian timber church

(Wargame Scenery)

This is the sort of church common in villages and small towns. the big domed ones are for richer communities.

12. Russian station

(Wargame Scenery)  

A typical branch line station. No big platform. Maybe a peasant porter.

13. Russian Peasant house

(Wargame Scenery) £5.50

A thatched roof house common in rural Russia. wooden walls.

14. Russian Peasant Barn

(Wargame Scenery)


A typical peasant barn. Animals and workers might sleep in such a structure.

15. Russian Outbuildings

(Wargame Scenery) £5

Small outhouse for a worker. Log piles for the winter. Fence to protect the property. Looks best joined to a house or barn in order to form a continuous front.

96. Destroyed house

(Wargame Scenery)  

A slightly middle class house that has been destroyed by revolutionaries or Germans.


A range of buildings and accessories to model French towns of WW2 and WW1. These buildings have plenty of detail and interesting lines. They are solid. Each building is based upon real examples that the sculptor has researched from the Normandy area (D Day) of France.

Normandy villages and small towns are usually built from stone. This is often rendered over with a cement mix to provide a good base for paint. Some house had very low ceilings and hence the upper floor windows are about the height of a tank commander's position. It was normal to keep old house standing rather than knock them down and start afresh. Most Normandy villages were built on flat ground. The street through the village would be very wide and feature pavements. Normandy buildings in villages do not usually have front gardens but instead lead straight on to the road. The buildings would be quite close side by side and follow a line. Windows in Normandy open inwards so that the shutters can be used with windows open or closed. Farms would often have high walls to create a courtyard area for tractors and livestock.

45. Pair of Normandy WW1/2 houses. £11

(Wargame Scenery)

46. Normandy shop taller £11

(Wargame Scenery)

47. Normandy shorter shop/workshop £11

92. Normandy 3 storey workshop £11

(Wargame Scenery)

48. Normandy farmhouse £11

(Wargame Scenery)

49. Normandy barn  £10

(Wargame Scenery)

58. Church

(Wargame Scenery)


65. Normandy cafe

(Wargame Scenery)