This is a Western Ranch supposedly to be the household of the outlaws, or maybe the place the local sheriff lives with his wife and kids. Can also be played as a meeting place for Westerners to meet up and make plans to rob a bank wagon, or take over a Saloon.
The way I see it, this is a family ranch, hence why we have kids, a dog, a Lady an elderly man and the father figure. Overall a neat set, but not important to have if you are just having fun with Wold West cowboys.
Above you can view all the accessories from playmobil set 3805, two horses, an anvil with tools, a sign that says “Snake River”, a large pine tree and five characters.
This Western Union Fort Glory was released in 1994, numbered set 3806. With a total of five civil war soldiers, and several American flags, this became the most wanted set by the fans of westerns and little soldiers.
The fort itself is formed of several wooden like sheets that connect to one another by using a black bracket (see image below). The one let down of this system, is that the walls are always shifting and disconnecting with every movement. It doesn’t stop this set from being absolutely awesome, but would have been nice if it was more sturdy.
Another observation is the roof of the Headquarters, it doesn’t come off easily like other playmobil sets do. Creating another obstacle of play in that sense. The set has several accessories, including a Rambo style watch tower.