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Shire Bell/Clock Tower...(RPG game terrain piece)...

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This is my shire central square garden board with the shire bell/clock tower. It is a game play terrain piece that is scratchbuilt (16"x14") on ceiling tile. Featured are the following photos;

 

1. Overview of the whole piece.

2. Front view showing clock & door of the tower.

3. Back view of the tower.

4. Closeup of tower bell (it really works).

5. Benches on both sides of the tower.

6. Shire bulletin board closeup with news & postings of the day.

7. Shire bulletin board area.

 

The central square is filled with large fantasy flowers and has (2) lights for the night time.

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