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Viaduct sections....better late than never

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 10:18 pm
by dkightley
Some time ago, I was asked if I could produce some standard viaduct sections that could be used with the basic track sections. I did so....and I believe a couple of shots of samples appeared on the forum...posted by Jim Rusk.

I've recently actually got a bit further with the set following Jim asking me to supply him with some for his small ready-built layouts. So far, I have finalised single trach versions that will fit underneath each of the four 30 degree curved tracks and the 30mm long and 60mm long straights. Here's a couple of shots of a 120mm rad ius curved section and a 30mm long straight section......with and without inserts fitted that hold flexible track.
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I can't show track sections in these viaduct sections....as I don't have any spare track sections laying about!! But take my word that the viaduct will take them!

I hope to have them added to the shop in the next week ……….followed by twin track versions.

Re: Viaduct sections....better late than never

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 6:02 pm
by gbtrains
Hi Dough
You have done well on these viaduct sections.

It took me quite a while to print off my viaduct sections for the Ribblehead in double track mode without track channels so that you can have it either single or double track laying.

hop eto see some soon then. :D

Regards
Graham

Re: Viaduct sections....better late than never

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2018 9:04 pm
by jesse6669
Good looking modular viaduct, could pass for brick, stone or poured concrete when painted!

Re: Viaduct sections....better late than never

Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:54 pm
by Nutter
one month later still waiting to see them in the shop with prices :D :?

Re: Viaduct sections....better late than never

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 5:23 pm
by dkightley
And to re-quote the title...….better late than never, I have finally got round to adding a range of single trach viaducts to the Talking T Gauge shop.