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I'm trying to figure out how to work that bridge into my module.
And keep it small enough to be a modlue..
I would like to toss some Virginian RR Applician Terrain into my line that will be moved toward the West somewhere around the ( yes this is a large zone) Louisville-St. Louis area..
The narrow gauge will likely serve a quarry that produces blocks for tunnels and bridge piers and ballast for the freight line..
That would look great with a heavy traction freight line going over a narrow gauge steam line that shares a stream or small river below..
What I'm trying to figure out is who's bridge components would look the best? ?
Central Valley or Micro.
Smokebox, I remember the first time I rode the Bernina Railway from Chur to Italy and saw the Roman arch bridges of the Alps. I was ready for the famous Landwasser viaduct where a curved stone viaduct carries the track from a tunnel portal on a vertical cliff. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Landwasserviadukt.jpg
After we had almost left the mountains, coming into Italy, crossing the Brusio stone spiral viaduct was an unexpected and delightful surprise. It's not girders, but maybe these will suggest a solution to your tunnel-bridge-tunnel problem. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brusio_spiral_viaduct
Here's an example from an old HOn3 layout that has been pressed into service on the newer On30 (construction is simple: cardboard and wall joint compound plus photo-shopped background). Dennis aka JawboneFlats