And some more of the Challenge

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  1. jimmybeersa

    jimmybeersa Member

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    Josh .....you started this.:cool: Posted some other pictures but they seem to have disappeared into cyber space Hope these appear :cool::razz:
    First you paint a back drop on the wall and then you scenic in a steel bridge (made from Cardboard box, as per Robin ) add mountains and "Voila"

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  2. davidstrains

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    That bridge is neat Jimmy. Do you have pictures at other angles?
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    bigsteel Call me Mr.Tinkertrain

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    you cease to amaze me jimmy,i have to admit everyone will agree....you win! :D --josh
  4. jimmybeersa

    jimmybeersa Member

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    Davidtrains ask about my cardboard bridge

    David the bridge is made mostly from corrigated cardboard the rivits are paper imprinted with a cogwheel like tool I borrowed from my wifes sewing room

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    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

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    Those are used for scoring pattern lines on material. ;)
  6. jimmybeersa

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    Rivit making tool ?

    Cannonball... asked about the tool I used to make rivits on my Bridge project, neither my wife or I can think of its name ( advancing years ) it is used for tracing patterns any way so heres a picture or two I believed I did do a post on its use for the accadamy ages ago, the wheel has spikes but ifll these in with white glue Also some other pictures of the bridge and aload of girders I made for aflat car load

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