Brudge abutments

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RJE3

New Member
I'm looking for some advice on what bridge abutments to use with the Parker single track truss bridge. My idea is to cut a river in the 2" foam for the bridge to run over.
I know whatever abutments I use I'll be cutting down but wanted to hear people's thoughts for the abutments.
Thanks
 

kjd

Go make something!
Of the few bridges I've built, I've always just made the abutments. I've used high density (12lb) polyurethane foam, wood and styrene. Each installation has been different so just used what I had.
 

D&J RailRoad

Professor of HO
Another option would be to make one of them out of wood then make a silicone mold with it then you can produce all that ya need. Make the actual abatement out of modeling plaster.

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