Building Bridges and Viaducts for Model Railways

Building Bridges and Viaducts for Model Railways
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Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781847978189
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Gives in-depth descriptions of various different types of real-life bridges from which the modeler can gain inspiration. Detailed constructions in plasticard of four bridge models and one viaduct model are shown with step-by-step instructions.

The author

Bob Alderman started modelling back in the 1950s and over the years has worked in 4mm and later 7mm scale, which is now his main interest. Bob has built, and helped to build, several model railway layouts, has written a number of articles in modelling magazines, and has been a tutor on many railway modelling courses. In addition, he serviced on the Gauge O Guild's Technical Committee for over a decade and was one of the Guild's directors. Bob was for many years a mechanical engineer in a major aerospace company and his engineering background has given him an excellent understanding of how bridges and viaducts are built.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781847978189
Illustrations: 506 color photos
Size: 7.43 in x 9.68 in x 0.5 in / 188.72 mm x 245.87 mm x 12.7 mm
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