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Sparkeswood

Sparkeswood

Location : Kent,England

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PostSubject: Bridge   Bridge EmptyWed Nov 04, 2009 6:52 pm

I managed to salvage a fair bit of metal from an old style suspended ceiling that was being removed on one of my jobs today.It consists of thin 't' shaped strips that are easily cut with tinsnips.
I can feel a bridge coming on Wink .I'm going to bolt it together with 4mm nuts and bolts and see what happens.
I'll hava a play tomorrow and see what happens Neutral
Pictures will follow.
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Carl Hibbs
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Carl Hibbs

Location : Haute Normandie - visitors welcome

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PostSubject: Re: Bridge   Bridge EmptyWed Nov 04, 2009 8:45 pm

Where is this bridge going to go Troy?.

I know you changed your layout a bit but I cant recall any places than needed spanning.
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Sparkeswood

Sparkeswood

Location : Kent,England

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PostSubject: Re: Bridge   Bridge EmptyWed Nov 04, 2009 8:58 pm

Don't know yet Embarassed
The metal just seemed too good to throw away.I even went back and got it out of the bin.
My line is virtually set up for a double loop now (should be completed in the Spring) with the added viaduct type thing that leads to a raised tramstop/street type area.Once it's built I should be able to slot it into any part of the raised line.If it looks ok that is....
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