I remember when you posted the other (Central Vally) build and your frustration was not masked.I ended up getting the Micro Engineering truss bridges, they are easy to build and they look fantastic. High quality plastic and simple instructions.
They need photos on their website. Geeez. If you go to modeltrainstuff they have all the photos of all their bridges. I have the combination deck & through bridge.I remember when you posted the other (Central Vally) build and your frustration was not masked.
I checked out the website for the microengineering products but no pictures that I could find. Could you post your picture and the model/cost?
Thanks a ton, lasm
Aha. Well thats what I thought when I first got the kit. Didn't look too hard. First you have glue the truss peices together, then you have to cut them to fit with the template. Then you have to complete four of those sections. Then glue themThe bridge kits arrived today.
Does not look like anything to cut to size.
Whole bunch of parts to glue together.
Reminds me of the old car kits I used to get back in the 50s and 60s.
Looks to be fairly complete instructions also.
I will let you all know how it works out.
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