Sep 16, 2020
Pete's bridges were what inspired me to build the BNSF bridge.
I have always been a fan of Pete's bridges, ships, and layout!
This bridge, built from a Model Railroader article in the late 70s or early 80s, was always my favorite. On the Portsmouth Branch, it was relegated to a branch line serving the harbor far to the right. That's my rendition of a HoJo motel below the bridge.
Built before computers I scaled up the magazine drawings and cut each piece against the drawing.
Don't forget wooden pile bridges. Many still exist, but are usually found on branches. Here's a few in use in 2020.
@HemiAdda2d, your pics don't show. Looks like you tried the "Image" button. Use the "Media Gallery Embed" button at top or the "Upload a File" button on the bottom.
His photos show up just fine for me on my computer.
That's odd, as I used RailImages, like normal.
I can't see them either.
Wonder where they went?
Hemi they aren't showing up on my screen. Maybe you could get a staff member to help you out. Okay, that was bad, I'll go stand in the corner.
Testing: Here is a photo linked from my Railimages. Can you see it?
Russell...I see yours ok. i dont see Hemi's. All I see on his post is the [ IMG ] markers
Test 2: Okay, here is one from Hemi's Railimages. Can you see it?
Test failed Sir Russell.
That is just downright weird.
That one I can see.
I see it in your last post Russell. Yes...very weird...hmmmmmm
Got your last. Also got your first of 2 KCS on the truss. Nothing in between.
Please remember, To Err Is Human. To Really Fail Takes A Computer.
Test 3: A very old image from Hemi's Railimage page.
So, it appears to be only his newer images that can not be viewed by everyone. Will get the staff IT experts to figure it out.