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Wondering if one of our US members can help


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For my 2010 layout, I need (fairly urgently - and yes, I know it may be delayed by the Icelandic eruption! ) an Atlas N gauge plate girder bridge # 2548. I need it to make the gantry that is fitted across the entrance to the float bridge. If you can help, please email me at chacmool at lineone dot net

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Jack;

 

Looking at the pics, I think you would find the Atlas bridge disappointing. It has limited detail on the inner faces (you could probably do better making one out of plastic card and strip) . You might do better with the Walthers or Atlas C55 girder bridge kits, although they have rounded cornes at the ends. It does appear that the outboard (carfloat) end of those girders is angled down.

 

Atlas C55 https://secure.atlasrr.com/mod1/itemdesc.asp?ic=2080&eq=&Tp= and click on the image for a larger picture.

 

Atlas C80 https://secure.atlasrr.com/mod1/itemdesc.asp?ic=2548&eq=&Tp= and click on the image for a larger picture.

 

Walthers http://www.walthers.com/exec/productinfo/933-3820 it can easily be built single width

 

You might also look at the 40' and 80' Micro Engineering girders from their deck girder bridge kits: http://www.nscalesupply.com/MEE/MEE-Structures.html

 

Adrian

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And if both Warren's and Paul's packages end up in a lost USPS mailbag, I have a surplus one that we can try and get Canada Post to lose...

 

Adrian

Adrian, you haven't by chance seen a lost Bachmann Ivatt 2-6-2T at your local post office perhaps? ...rolleyes.gif

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