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14 hours ago, aussietmrail said:

Hi Thomas, very interesting what is that white stuff you using in the mold you made up , I have a couple of cutting on my layout , we  had out turn last fortnight very heavy rain.

The developers have started work stage two of our estate, I will make the most of it noise wise , can't wait till they start building more houses in our street, I am  busy track laying , keep the good work up .

Tony from down under

Hi tony!

 

The white stuff is simply smoothing filler.

Otherwise the bridge consists of Styrodur and weatherproof MDF.

Regards Thomas

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I recovered the bridge that was smashed by the cat.

By cannibalizing some of the segments that were most severely damaged, the rest could be easily repaired.

 

In addition, the embankment was built a little further.

Unfortunately, the weather is pretty bad for May, so I'm not really making any headway.

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