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 Posted: Sun May 17th, 2020 03:13 pm
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Ken C
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Michael

Mother Nature weathering at it's finest,
I don't have that worry yet. 

L:

A fair bit to go yet.

Second river need's to be added in,
on the approach to the canyon from the yard.  :)

Spur will serve a small Manganese Mine operation one day.




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Hi Ken  :wave:



You inspire me to have a look at my 'Tri-ang' Girder Bridge hoard !  :shocked:


I was hanging onto them for future 'Transcontinental' HO use ...  L:

... but they could be quite funky for 1:35n2 as well.  :mex:





I have always been quite envious of the 'Tri-ang' Canadian version, in genuine rust-colour ! ...  :cool:

... mine are the British dark grey versions.  :f:



:java: :moose: :dt:



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Si.

Interesting color scheme.


The two I have are both grey in color,

along with the Triang stone arch bridge.


I have more bridge's  :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang:  then I can use,
 
short of getting rid of my wood / metal / project side of the basement,

and extending the layout, not likely to happen.




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 Posted: Thu May 28th, 2020 02:38 pm
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" The two I have are both grey in color,

along with the Triang stone arch bridge "



Hi Ken  :wave:  Eh!


Well I'm totally devastated !  :sad:

I have been dreaming  :hyp:  of a rusty Canadian 'Tri-ang' Truss for years !  :time:





Grey ... Eh!  :shocked:

Just goes to show ... Don't believe everything you read !  :us:

The truth IS out there !!  :shades:



" I have more bridge's  :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang:  then I can use "


Of course, you would have to step up work  :slow:  on the FRock(TM) production-line as well !  :old dude:


Are you thinking of using the the grey stone arch 'Tri-ang' River Bridge anywhere ?  ???

I admit to having 1 of those in my HOARD as well !  :P



:cool:



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Si.

Just last night, finished up two more slab's of FRock,

need to install backing support's for mounting.


Might try to fit in the Tri-ang River Bridge in,  L:

it may workout in El Diablo Canyon,

but will need to see how the river works out first.


As the canyon is on a 90 degree bend,

placing scenery so it is acceptable to be seen from both ends,

is the challenge at the moment.

:bang:

Plus it all has to be removable, just in case.




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