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Model Railroad Bridges & Trestles (Model Railroader)

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This book teaches you how to build sturdy model bridges and trestles of stunning realism. Includes construction plans, prototype photos, and over 20 sets of scale drawings for scratch building, kitbashing, or modifying commercial bridge kits.
Paperback, 152 pages
Published March 1st 1992 by Kalmbach Publishing Company
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Michael Emmerich’s scholarly interests in Japanese literature range from the classical, court-centered prose and poetry of the Heian period to the popular printed fiction of the early modern age, and on from there to the prose fiction of modern and contemporary times. His engagement with the literary products of these diverse periods is informed by a sensitivity to the material and visual forms th ...more
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