Harburn Hobbies) that sells his range of Railway/Village/Dockside terrain accessories called Harburn Hamlet. If you click on the link you'll get an idea of the ranges that are available. My brother-in-law designs, sculpts and casts all these models and his wife paints them all. They are not made out of plaster, but a very durable resin-like substance which of course I have forgotten the name of ...
It was great to visit Harburn Hobbies and get a look around a Scottish Hobby shop. If you are ever in Edinburgh I recommend you drop by. I happened to also be my birthday so I made sure to treat myself to a few things. Not tons - as I had to stick it all on a plane to cart home. I bought from the OO scale stuff and took some photos yesterday to show you what it looks like and how I plan on using some of it. If you are getting into BG:NORTHAG on any other 1/144 or 10/12mm scale gaming, the N Gauge stuff is right for you.
Here's some shots of Harburn Hamlet stuff - very quickly set up - with some figures for scale. The shots were also a test with my new panoramic background. I'm quite chuffed with the look.
These are CG 219 - Corn stooks traditional (5). I love these and think they look great - especially in a WW2 setting.
What I've shown is only a very small selection of what Harburn Hamlet has available. If you are in the UK especially, but anywhere actually - have a look at the website and scroll through the catalogue. I'm sure you'll find something there that will suit your wargame table.