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  1. HI Justin
    Could you stock the AC 20 Rocket Glue Tips please. Keep up the good work i look forward to your emails and congrats on the 20 years heres to more.

    Tom

  2. Hi Justin,
    Thanks for your reply, I can appreciate the difficulties of producing something that small, I don’t quite know where I would start!. If you could just manage to include the GWR lettering, anything else at that scale would be a bonus! Could you please give me some idea of cost and how to order and pay for them, I would need 2 sets.
    Many Thanks.
    Les.

  3. Hi Justin,
    Interested in the single track bowstring bridge in OO – it is perfect in length per side, but mine needs the sides to be skewed by about 15cm as the track is at an acute angle to the two tracks it crosses over of about 13 degrees – rather like the much lamented GC bowstring bridge in Leicester https://www.flickr.com/photos/loose_grip_99/3993206376. I realize that I will have to manufacture some new cross braces (just like the prototype) that have one curved end to compensate for the difference in heights as they bind the two girder sides together – I will also have to play about with the deck to get the span to tie-in to the bridge abutment walls which are skewed as well, of course. That means the deck will need to be longer to allow for the cutting, although I am using an existing “real” deck that is self-standing 1/2″ ply, so I thought of treating the sides like Brunel’s Windsor bridge which has plate girder sides extending below the bowstring – and so avoid doing anything else other than some thin cosmetic girder work under the deck.

    Any thoughts on the right way to go about it?

    Regards,
    Adam

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