--The upper truss iron bridge is a bridge installed in a place with a large space under the girder.
-Since the rail is on the truss, reinforcement in the direction of the sleepers can be made in the truss, so it has the advantage of being stronger than the underpass type truss iron bridge and lowering the height of the pier.
――In actual railway lines, it is mainly installed in places that cross rivers, and there are many cases where deck girder bridges are connected to places that cross riverbeds and roads before and after that.
-Comes with parts that reproduce the anemometer that is indispensable for safe train operation
--Can be used in combination with an optional deck girder bridge, etc.
--It is possible to reproduce the electrified figure using the separately sold <3077> single-wire steel-framed overhead wire pillar or <3078> double-track steel-framed overhead wire pillar. Steel parts that support the overhead wire pillar are also included.
--Upper road type single track truss iron bridge with a length of 280 mm
--A separately sold wide rail wall S140 can be attached instead of the attached handrail.
--A track maintenance inspection passage is included in the truss iron bridge.
--Double track concrete pier included
--The height of the pier can be changed by adding the separately sold <3227> double-track concrete pier.
--The attached double-track concrete pier can be changed to a brick pier (sold separately).
--When reproducing double track with this product, use the separately sold brick pier.
--Upper single-track truss iron bridge (F) (dark green) x 1
--Double track concrete pier DC2 × 2
--Runner parts: Handrail
--Runner parts: Upper part of pier
--Parts: Truss (dark green)
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )