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Yeah, exporting could be a serious problem :o
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Section two has been glued down and had its fishplates soldered
Essentially making the two pieces of foam into one atm

Next follows the ballasting... let’s hope I don’t make a mess of it xd
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Your ballast looks great. What scale are you working in?
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It’s o gauge
Was originally going to do oo as I have 5 hornby live steam locos but o gauge was simply too beautiful
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You won’t regret it. Your wallet will but you won’t. I wish you hadn’t posted the loco picture. :D
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My bank account hasn’t been too happy since I got into it 😂
Worth every penny so far though
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I’m in need of photos and references of this style of girder bridge that had ballast
Here’s one for example
Any photo references or a 3D file to bring the bridge would be much appreciated :D

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I agree with the others - it's looking great. I've zoomed in on the foam base and I'm wondering, is it rigid or does it wobble a little? Just curious.
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Zeno wrote: Mon May 03, 2021 9:18 am Section two has been glued down and had its fishplates soldered
Why have you soldered the fishplates?
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I’ve soldered them due to poor connection as the fishplates were too big
In future if I was to run multiple locos and expand i would need to sort out the points with the fishplates (plastic ones etc) for obvious reason xd
I found it the most simple and available option at the time
For one loco on the track atm I think it’s okay
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