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1:76 TUNNEL MOUTH OR 1/2 BRIDGE SIDE

1:76 TUNNEL MOUTH OR 1/2 BRIDGE SIDE

SKU 20S327
Regular price $7.00 USD
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This set captures the feel of a classic railway or canal bridge in 1:76 scale. Ideal for OO railway layouts or 20mm wargames, it has been crafted to span a 48mm gap, fitting neatly into a diverse range of scenic builds. The realistic brick detail works well for both road and river scenes, although it's best suited for narrow-gauge settings due to the dimensions of the archway. The four-piece set includes the main arch, two retaining walls, and a top wall strip that provides versatility for its use as a bridge.

Railway and wargaming enthusiasts appreciate the practical design that blends seamlessly into elaborate setups, enriching the setting with a sense of realism. The exterior front piece measures 80mm wide by 65mm high, with the arch itself 48mm wide by 47mm high, perfect for those seeking accurate scale representations.

Please note, the model is supplied unpainted, allowing for personal customization.

4mm/1:76 scale for OO railways or 20 mm wargames. Brick tunnel or bridge portal to span a 48 mm wide gap. Can be used for road or river traffic. Not suitable for running locos or rolling stock under unless narrow gauge. 4 piece set. Arch + 2 retaining walls and a top wall strip when using as a bridge. Dimensions. Exterior front piece is 80 mm Wide x 4 mm Thick x 65 mm High Arch is 48 mm wide x 47 mm high.

Keywords: railway miniature, 1:76 scale bridge, OO gauge landscape, wargames scenery, resin tunnel portal, scale model accessories, OO railway, 20mm wargames


"To achieve a finish like this on the resin tunnel mouth or bridge side, I applied a base coat followed by layers of washes to bring out the texture in the brickwork. Dry brushing was used to highlight the details and sealant was applied to protect the paintwork. It's quite fulfilling to see it come to life—starting with a simple resin cast and transforming it through painting to resemble weathered brick." - Stuart
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