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Here are some photos Marty Cozad submitted. He has chosen to paint our bridges with a coat of Rustolium silver paint to better represent Union Pacific Railroad practices. Really brings out the details!












Here is an unedited, unsolicited letter we recently received from another satisfied customer(s). We are always amazed at what modelers are capable of creating and seeing these efforts inspire us on to trying new projects.


 Last Winter we purchased 6 of your 2-Foot bridges and you asked if we would send a photo of our installation.  We have just about completed the layout expansion and the bridges were a key part of this project.  There are two photos attached to this E-MAIL if you would like to take a look.

Your product is simply excellent.  They not only look great but they are also constructed to last a long time and will certainly safely carry the weight of any of our rolling stock.

 In your product literature you mentioned that your bridges could easily be used along with other manufacturers products.  As you can see we used your bridges along with an LGB 4-foot bridge and it could not have worked out any better.  JUST GREAT !!!!! 

We thank you for your wonderful product....

Ken and Al Njaastad"


Some pictures of the trestles Gary has built.
He provided these pictures and these two links: Link 1 Link 2



These are pictures from Jeffrey Mitulla.  He is in the Washington, Virginia & Maryland Garden Railway Society  and helped set up the Christmas Display at the National Botanical Gardens in December, 2002.  These pictures were taken by him at that display.








Here's a photo from Charlie Forte's layout. He is expanding  his existing layout by 250 feet. It started with 125 feet of track, with pond, river, and waterfall. He cut a hole in his garage so he can run trains in for parking. As you can see he liked my idea for making forms for piers. He says he's tired of mixing mortar and I can certainly see why! Not bad for a young man of 70! I'd be happy to just wake up in the morning if I ever make it to that age. Charlie lives near Murfreesboro, Tennessee.



Click Here to See Nick Barone's unique use of our Catwalks






Tom La Pointe has found a new use for our "Catwalks"

Ron Brookman's custom painted locos and Garden Metal bridges