Steel girder effect 'Bailey' style bridge. Width of bridge will just take two rail tracks.
Could also be used as an Army Bailey Bridge or as a road bridge.
The famous Remagen Bridge is represented here in 6mm scale by these stone effect piers and arched approaches.
The set comprises two piers and two arched approaches, shown here unpainted and with a scratch built bridge span - (not included). The bridge is just wide enough for two rail tracks.
Features a stone clad base with plain effect railings. Roadway is plain with paved area on either side of ends. To suit max canal width of 35mm narrowing to 20mm under bridge.
Cantilever assembly is supplied loose so could be used with or without. (Battle of Mons, World War One)
A small single arch culvert bridge, with stone cladding and plain 'roadway'.
To fit 'water' up to 21mm wide.
A generic twin arched stone clad bridge for water up to 55mm maximum span.
Arches are roughly 22mm wide.
An 'iron' effect arched bridge.
Bridge has a road width of around 18mm or will take one rail track.
A stone effect triple arched bridge spanning water up to 80mm wide.