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Author Topic: H0 scale railway bridge for various purposes (edit: added more pictures)  (Read 2689 times)

Offline Gunbird

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That is it, a bridge. I don't even have a river for it to span, so it just got tossed into my Necromunda scenery box.

H0 scale, werid plastic, made in Slovenia according to the stamping. Trimmed out the railbed and decided to paint it as is with some wear and tear and some fancier wood for a change. Now I need to build a river I suppose.
« Last Edit: May 28, 2016, 02:13:33 PM by Gunbird »
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Offline Gunbird

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Re: H0 scale railway bridge for various purposes.
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2016, 02:05:29 PM »
A  couple more detail shots....

Like I said, 15/20mm backwater bridge or 28mm walkway for modern/postapoc games.

Offline eilif

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Nice Bridge.  I think I have the same one. IIRC, it was included in many "Life-Like" sets back in the 80's and 90's which had many components from Eastern Europe. I'm fairly sure one came in my first train set from the late 80's  I think the wood pattern on the edges may be the only reason I haven't used it yet. There's not much use for wood in my necromunda terrain. 

Still, yours looks so nice it may be time to get mine converted and on the table!
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