NASG Dispatch Articles: Structures - Bridges

Big Bridge

Issue:
1992 #6 December
Page:
21
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Description:

The author describes how he tackled building the New York's Upper Manhattan NYC Railroad bridge over the Harlem River. Includes model photos.

Building a Bascule Bridge

Issue:
2008 #6 December
Page:
18
Author:
William Young
Description:

This article covers the construction of an operating bridge to allow easy entrance into the model railroad room. A brief description of how the model was built, and a few photos are included.

How About a Bascule Bridge

Issue:
2006 #2 April
Page:
24
Author:
Dick Karnes
Description:

The author describes the Walthers HO-scale Bascule bridge kit he built. It is plenty big for use in S-scale.

Jeff's Junction

Issue:
2006 #2 April
Page:
5
Author:
Jeff Madden
Description:

The author suggests the styrene bridges, especially non-craftsman style ones, would be a good addition to S-scale.

Just an Old Concrete Bridge

Issue:
1989 #1 February
Page:
7
Author:
Ernie Horr
Description:

The author builds a ballasted-deck bridge from scratch. The articles also provides a parts list, construction diagrams, and a photo of the finished model.

Modifying an Atlas HO Pony Truss Bridge for S-gauge

Issue:
2001 #6 December
Page:
19
Author:
Dan De Santis
Description:

A detailed assembly diagram and step-by-step instructions describe how to do the modifications.

Short & Easy

Issue:
2013 #1 February
Page:
11
Author:
Edwin C. Kirstatter
Description:

This article describes how the author converted an HO-scale Bachmann starter set's bridge for S-scale use as a steel truss country road bridge.

Short and Easy

Issue:
1992 #4 August
Page:
17
Author:
Kent Singer
Description:

Making bridge railings, as contributed by John Long.

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