Kimball Thurlow's model in scale 1:96, of the Lockyer Creek Bridge west of Brisbane.
The photo shows a typical 1950s passenger train, as it heads toward Toowoomba. It faces a half-hour tortuous climb up the Toowoomba range.
The complete model is 1200mm (4 feet) long. The scale is 1:96 (close to HO), this is an English architectural scale of 1/8 inch to the foot. The model is set in a module designed by my club, the Union Pacific Model Railroad Club in Brisbane Australia. This module will become part of a display layout. The track is 12mm gauge, representing the 3'6" (1066mm) of the Queensland Railways system.
While the purpose of any bridge is to cross a divide, most structures make a bold statement in the process. In this case the statement is clothed with symmetry and grace.
Next model bridge and construction pictures.
Models of Queensland steam era engines and rolling stock - Toowoomba based PGC Models