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Midlander6517 Jan 2019 12:06 a.m. PST

I have been upgrading my 15mm scenery for WW2 NW Europe and one thing I wanted was a girder bridge – like a mini version of the Arnhem bridge. With this not being something that would be used in every game, I didn't want to spend too much on it and found some laser cut sides on Ebay for less than £2.50 GBP and made the rest from scraps of MDF and a piece of plasticard.

There is a full description with some more pictures on my blog here: link

shaun from s and s models Supporting Member of TMP17 Jan 2019 2:41 a.m. PST


deephorse17 Jan 2019 6:20 a.m. PST

I like that, well done.

JD Lee Supporting Member of TMP17 Jan 2019 7:22 a.m. PST


JMcCarroll Supporting Member of TMP17 Jan 2019 12:34 p.m. PST

Nothing stopping you from doing another span? Just an idea. Great job!

Midlander6518 Jan 2019 12:23 a.m. PST

Thanks very much.

JMcCarroll that's right, with the magnet and key arrangement it would be quite easy to extend but my rivers are already quite wide and take up a lot of space on my little 6x4 table so I don't think it would work for me, except maybe for a special scenario. Part of the idea of the modular design (apart from protection against breakage) though was to be able to swap the ramps for different ones and I thought I might make a pair with the road then running on a raised bank, for example.

(Can't believe on first posting, it bleeped out a common word for a raised embankment, as widely used in the Netherlands for flood defence or to raise a road above an marshy or flood-prone area, for example.)

badwargamer25 May 2019 1:00 p.m. PST

Very nice. Do you know what you searched for to find those girder sides?

badwargamer26 May 2019 3:18 a.m. PST

ah never mind found it!!

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