You'll appreciate the simple tips and techniques, detailed photos, diagrams, and drawings provided by the editors of Model Railroader magazine. Includes information on locomotive maintenance, painting and weathering, wiring, and much more.Any steel or wood bridge can have an open deck, one where you can look between the ties and see the bridgea#39;s structure. ... Model railroaders like them because they dona#39;t need special bridge track and are easier to build. Through girder ... Guardrails usually begin well past the ends of the bridge so they can guide errant wheels back in line with the rails before the car or locomotive reaches the bridge.
|Title||:||Basic Model Railroading|
|Author||:||From the Pages of Model Railroader magazine|
|Publisher||:||Kalmbach Publishing, Co. - 1998|