Siwtching Layout - 60' Thru Plate Girder Bridge

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Siwtching Layout - 60' Thru Plate Girder Bridge

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Yesterday, I drew up the plans for a 60' Thru Plate Girder Bridge with a ballast deck. This was based on the plan I did for my N scale layout with changes I noted from that build.

First three photos show the material removed from laser, also there is a sheet for a deck plate girder bridge too, that build another time.

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Here are the photo of the Thru Plate Girder build

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Nice bridge. You should offer that sheet as a kit on ebay, I'm sure a lot of TT gauge modelers would like to have a copy....DaveB

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Looking great, fast work!

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ctxmf74 wrote:Nice bridge. You should offer that sheet as a kit on ebay, I'm sure a lot of TT gauge modelers would like to have a copy....DaveB
What's wrong with letting one of the vendors on TTnut sell it to TT modelers?

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Love the bridge.
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Very nice bridge

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"What's wrong with letting one of the vendors on TTnut sell it to TT modelers?"

Nothing, just that a lot more people would see it on ebay than here so lots more could get a chance to have one. There's no reason it couldn't be sold at both sites.....DaveB

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Thanks Guys
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Really good! :clap: What a waste of details, which are hidden under a ballast deck. :o
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MacG wrote:What a waste of details, which are hidden under a ballast deck. :o
I totally agree with this. The details are wonderful.
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