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  • The Bridge at Remagen


    The Bridge at Remagen is an N-Gauge World War Two era layout centred on a true scale model of famous Ludendorff Bridge that spanned the Rhine close to the town of Remagen.

     

    The layout has a predominately military theme depicting the Rhine bridge as it was in September 1944. Chronology this sitting between Operation Market Garden and the Battle of the Bulge, and at the point where the bridges defences were being strengthen in the face of the imminent threat of the advancing Allied Armies.

     

    The bridge and the immediate boards are a true scale representation of the actual bridge and surroundings using photos, maps and authentic reconnaissance photos of the bridge.

     

    The layout is inspired by the 1969 Film of the same name and as a tribute to the Classic War movies of the same era and includes several movie cameos hidden amounts the scenery.

     

    The layout has featured in British Railway Modelling – June 2019 & Continental Modeller – February & March 2020.

     

    Layout size - 9.4M x 1.2M

    Operating space - 10M x 3M

     

    Viewing aspect from the front only.

     

    6 No. of operators. Accommodation 3 x twin rooms

     

    Typical expenses will be 1 x van hire + 1 x van fuel + 1 x car fuel from Croydon areas (South London)

     

    Layout is free standing. Double door width access required from unloading area to set-up area. Step-free access is preferred, but not essential.

     

    2 x tables,  2 x chairs and barriers to be supplied by show organizers.

     

    Layout owner and contact - Al Turner:- phone - 07834014262, email - [email protected]

     

     

      

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