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Re: [CBQ] bridge modelling

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Subject: Re: [CBQ] bridge modelling
From: "jack winegar" <>
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2022 09:17:45 -0500 (CDT)
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They specialize with products for the modeler. I've never been dissapointed with their products. I'll bet they have all the materials you'll need for your project.
FYI:P I have absolutely no association with this company.
Stay Safe
Jack L Winegar
On 03/27/2022 6:35 PM Duncan Cameron <> wrote:

I'm just getting started on my model of the bridge over the Mississippi at Keokuk and wondered if anyone had ever found something to use as the steel mesh roadway that formed the upper deck of bridges like this.  It's much like an Apex steel roof walk, but I'd need something maybe 2 or 2 and a half inches wide and several linear feet of it.  Open to ideas.
Duncan Cameron
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