I have the following Sn3 bridge/trestle for sale. It is very unlikely that I
will venture into Sn3 now. HYPERLINK
restle.jpg I am not completely sure of its origin. I think it is a structure
bash, but heavily modified. The deck is all wood. Each tie is spiked to the
rail. I think the girders are plastic. There is thin sheet metal inside both
girders for load bearing. It came to me in a collection I bought out years
ago that was mostly PRR brass when a friend switched from S to N Scale when
he downsized to his retirement house. Jack was a craftsman extraordinaire.
He did not have massive quantities of stuff as most of us do, but what he
had was extremely reworked, corrected and very detailed. Jack did have a
Bumblebee narrow gauge engine, which I assume ran across this bridge.
A few notes....
I will accept offers until 6:00 PM Saturday 6-7-08. Best offer + shipping
takes it home. Of course if you live close enough to me (Deptford NJ 08096)
you are free to pick it up. I do not know what good enough $$ is yet. If
good enough is not reached I will probably be putting it on eBay.
Note the nice bolt details. It measures 21" x 1 3/4". The rails stick out
over an inch on both ends. 1 of the photos has a piece of code 100 rail as a
reference. I think it is code 70. I can measure it later if it is absolutely
necessary for you to know. Note that 2 of the braces on the underside need
some attention. Full strength photos (4 MB+) are available upon request.
This will get you a jumpstart on a new bridge or upgrade an old one. Most of
the difficult work is already done. I forgot to photograph the girder sides
but they are nicely weathered too. If we strike a deal it is not returnable
for any reason.
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