Stone Humpback Bridge - Trewell Common
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Trewell Common - Stone Humpback Bridge - STL
A range of 3D printable buildings and scenery, forming a fantasy village based on buildings from English heritage and East Anglian life.
Learn more about East Anglian heritage here.
This bridge was inspired by the humpback bridge at Knetteshall heath that is only a stone’s throw from the site of Trewell Common.
Bridges, fords, and crossings have long made sites for settlements. They serve as key points in trade routes and often were constructed and maintained by landowners then operated by tolls.
Constructed, again using local materials often wood or stone, this bridge uses the traditional flint construction used most East Anglian construction with brick detailing.
Hidden away in the Norfolk countryside was Trewell common. It doesn't exist anymore, but it did before.
It was a dozen or so acres of medium quality farmland that the members of the parish were allowed to inhabit and farm for free, in a time before the enclosures acts of the 1820s there were many such areas, across the uk, that were not owned by anyone. This is our homage to those places.
These models are designed for 28mm tabletop gaming and take an approximate scale of 1/50.
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This STL file set is designed for FDM Printers and prints with a 0.4mm nozzle at 0.2mm layer height
Supports are not needed for these models.
The printed model measures approx.:
mm x mm x mm @28mm Scale
We have a free well that you can download to see what is coming in this Kickstarter.
These models are designed for 28mm tabletop and RPG games such as:
Dungeons & Dragons, Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Warhammer AOS, Frostgrave, pike and shotte, Confrontation, War of the Roses, Bolt Action, Song of Ice and Fire, Lord of the Rings, Runewars, Conquest, Oathmark, Marlborough's Wars, Malifaux, Banelegions, Kings of war.
We have taken inspiration from buildings and locations in our local area and pay homage to our local heritage.
If you wish to re-scale these files then see our blog post ‘A note on scales’ for more details
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.