This is all the bridges I have created to date.

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This is a hump-backed bridge with detailed walls on the top. This version is constructed in a brick. The road will not snap to the bridge but you can align the road with the circles on the bridge. You can also fill in the gap with invisible road and adjust the height of the spline points to make the cars continue over the bridge.
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  • This is a hump-backed bridge with detailed walls on the top. This version is constructed in a darker brick.
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  • This is a hump-backed bridge with detailed walls on the top. This version is constructed in stone.
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  • This is a hump-backed bridge with detailed walls on the top. This version is constructed in blue stone.
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  • This is a hump-backed bridge with detailed walls on the top. This version is constructed in grey stone.
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  • This is a lower poly hump-backed bridge with plain walls on the top. This version is constructed in a brick.
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  • This is a lower poly hump-backed bridge with plain walls on the top. This version is constructed in a darker brick.
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  • This is a lower poly hump-backed bridge with plain walls on the top. This version is constructed in stone.
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  • This is a lower poly hump-backed bridge with plain walls on the top. This version is constructed in blue stone.
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  • This is a lower poly hump-backed bridge with plain walls on the top. This version is constructed in grey stone.
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  • This is a narrower version of my single plate girder bridge with 2 foot gauge track.
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  • This is a narrower version of my single plate girder bridge with 2 foot 6 inch gauge track.
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  • This is a narrower version of my single plate girder bridge with 3 foot gauge track.
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  • This is a narrower version of my single plate girder bridge with 3 foot 6 inch gauge track.
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  • These are versions of the viaducts with Grass, overgrown track, and an overgrown track bed without rails on the top.You will also need the invisible track to go with these.
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  • A version of the viaduct with grass and the non-ballasted finescale track on the top.
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  • A single track version of the plate girder bridge. This one has a less curved end. You will need the track KUID:35412:38111 for these to work. (available from the Standard Gauge Rails section)
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  • These are four-track versions of the plate girder bridge, standard viaduct with the non-ballasted detailed track on top, and one of the bricked-up viaducts. You will need the track KUID:35412:38111 for these to work. (available from the Standard Gauge Rails section)
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  • These are versions of my bricked-up and standard viaducts with the non-ballasted detailed track on top. You will need the track KUID:35412:38111 for these to work. (available from the Standard Gauge Rails section)
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  • A plate girder bridge with 4m track spacing. This can be used on it's own, or in conjunction with my brick viaducts. You will need my non-ballasted finescale track for this (available from the Standard Gauge Rails section)
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  • A pair of plate girder bridges. One is for single track the other has double track with 5m spacing..
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  • This is The Forth Bridge from Scotland. Once installed this can be found in scenery under the Custom region. To change the height of the bridge raise or lower the terrain under the central piers. The track is at 4.0m spacing.
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  • This is a spline for a multi-arched brick viaduct with a double rail line on top. The track is at 4.0m spacing.
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  • This is a spline for a multi-arched brick viaduct with a road on top.
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  • This is a viaduct with tall slender arches as seen on Alpine routes. This is the Single track version..
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  • This is a viaduct with tall slender arches as seen on Alpine routes. This is the Double track version with 4.0m track spacing.
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  • This is a spline for a brick built bridge with an elliptical arch. It can be stretched to fit any width gap or can be used with more than one arch. The ends are quite long to give the required width in the cutting but any extra not required can be buried in the ground. This is the version with a ROAD on top.
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  • This is a spline for a brick built bridge with an elliptical arch. It can be stretched to fit any width gap or can be used with more than one arch. The ends are quite long to give the required width in the cutting but any extra not required can be buried in the ground. This is the version with a RAIL line on top.
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  • This is a set of 5 splines of brick built multi-arched viaducts with a double rail line on top and bricked up arches.The rail line has 4.0m spacing
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  • This is a set of 5 splines of brick built multi-arched viaducts with bricked up arches and only one wall on top to allow them to be use to create junctions and wider elevated track.
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  • This is a pack of 3 splines. An arched viaduct with only one wall on top. An arched viaduct without walls. A "spacer" spline to allow the bricked-up viaducts with only one wall on top to be used to create wider tracks.
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  • This is a concrete bridge to span across deep ravines. For wide gaps it can be stretched in the middle, but for small gaps the ends can be buried into the hillside to reduce the supporting columns.
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  • This is a bridge based on the Bloukrans River bridge in South Africa. This contains a version witha road on the top and another with a twin rail line. You will need to dedicate almost a whole baseboard to this beast as it should be used at 300m long and will need to be about 100m high to look right.
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