Bridging the Burn

A quickly built model of a rough bridge for the industrial spur over the river was constructed by removing the plastic sleepers from the Peco crazy track and soldering two long lenths of copper sleeper strip in place instead.


These then act as supports for the handrails and the old (standard gauge) sleepers that form the bridge’s planking.


When the glue dries it’ll be painted.

Author: Simon Wood

Lecturer in medical education, lapsed mathematician, Doctor Who fan and garden railway builder. See for more...

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