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PRR bridge at Mapleton

PRR bridge at Mapleton

River poured, and K-4 crosses the bridge.
Thanks much Steve!...last pour we did had a bad color to it (was a bad batch) and had a toxic spill look..We joked about placing an upset tanker in the water...LOL So we tryed again and we were happy with the finish. The under green layer gave some water flow lines that we lucked out with...making it come togeather...Now we joke that "We ment that!"...LOL (Whew~!)

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