Tall Steel Viaduct Kit 210'

This is the Tall Steel Viaduct Kit 210' Model Train Bridge in HO Scale by Micro Engineering.

Micro-Engr Tall Steel Viaduct Kit 210 Model Train Bridge HO Scale #75515
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  • Micro-Engr Product Number: 75515
  • Walthers Product Number: 255-75515
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 559
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"Great model"
Very fun build finish product is awesome very realistic. Takes some time lots of parts but good build. Decide on paint and location easy to make into a curved bridge.

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Tall steel viaducts are some of the most spectacular and interesting types of bridges. They are used by railroads to span wide and/or steep valleys, often replacing wooden trestles. These HO and HOn3 Tall Steel Viaducts are available in three base kits, three length extension kits, a height extension kit which adds a 4th and 5th story, and a tower kit. The various kits allow you to design and build your own custom bridge of any length from one to five stories high, with full towers or bents, and straight or curved. A 10-page instruction sheet with over 35 photos and illustrations is included. These bridges are beautifully detailed and are often the centerpiece structure on modeler's layouts.


  • Micro-Engr Product Number: 75515
  • Walthers Product Number: 255-75515
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 559


"viaduct kit"
I used this same kit in n- scale and it was awesome, h.o scale offers even more detail, great kit

"viaduct kit"
looks very flimsy when first opened,hard to imagine it supporting a train until you finish building half of it,then it all makes sense. good kit,a bit time consuming, but worth it in the end.

"Definitely not a beginners plastic kit"
Steve K (Ohio)
Definitely not a beginners plastic kit. The parts are well molded, although the kit I got had a few warps in the deck sides. They straightened OK after some careful bending and flexing. Towers are time consuming, but are quite solid when done and will support some weight. I placed a 3# weight on each to check for buckling. The deck spans are another story. I have built a couple of these deck spans before. The stringers or girders are quite fragile. Be careful when cutting them form the trees. I was careful and still broke several arms. No problem that liquid glue can't repair. Be careful to keep them square when drying. I used rubber bands and a square, worked OK. Really read and re-read the instructions carefully as you build. Should make a nice bridge. I plan to airbrush it flat black with some hints of rust streaking down the structure. But I'm looking for photos of the proto types. Will post another photo when completed.

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