Brochs were built in many parts of Scotland before and during the time of the Roman occupation. Brochs were tapering stone towers, some as much as 50 feet high. The tower was surrounded by a walled court. Several round stone buildings were often built within the court. They are beautiful and unique structures. This Broch, built after the style of Clickhimin Broch, is easy to construct from small stones held together with hot glue. The stone structure is glued to a plywood base. The model is about one foot square and is designed to fit 22 mm figures.