2 arch 4 track stone arch Rockville railroad bridge model
Joined: Dec 21, 2011
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posted on Dec 21, 2011 06:05 PM:
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This is my version of the Rockville bridge near Harrisburg, PA It can handle 3-4 O gauge tracks, depending on whether Lionel Fastrack or Atlas O or others are used. It is 4' long, and is almost to scale, except believe it or not, the segmented arches should be about an inch and a half wider! It too, along with most if not all of my other arch and girder bridges, is made almost entirely of EPS builders foam, that I cut and shape in my former woodworking shop. I enjoy working with foam more than wood. A small elephant could stand on this bridge it is so strong, yet also lightweight. I am also working on a four arch 4' smaller version of the Rockville, at about 1/2 scale, that is similar to the Marshall Creek, PA bridge. |
This type of bridge and various others can be purchased directly from me or built custom to fit your layout.
If interested, contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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