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Old 06-04-2018, 08:55 PM   #1
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Hi, has anyone seen any bridge plans.
With models years ago, you used to be able to buy scale size templates of lots of model items. These would be like a technical drawing in actual scale size so you could make all the parts & lay them on top of the scale drawing & when happy, start assembling. Are these still around?.
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I just googled 'OO scale bridge plans' and came up with this.


https://www.scalemodelplans.com/smp/pgs/catalog.html


Give it a try. There are probably others.
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I just googled 'OO scale bridge plans' and came up with this.


https://www.scalemodelplans.com/smp/pgs/catalog.html


Give it a try. There are probably others.
Ah, well done, thats just the type of thing i am looking for. For some reason i wasnt getting very good search results. Thanks for the info.
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