A172
Crowd control barrier set
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A set of four 1/35th scale crowd control barriers in resin and etched brass. These interlocking galvanised steel barriers are typical in the UK, Northern Ireland (and elsewhere) for crowd control. Each barrier panel is 2”(52mm) wide x 1.5”(30mm) tall.


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