Local Bailey Bridge

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Charles A Stewart
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Hi all.

The sudden dry spell now thrust upon us has meant we can use the bridge for what it is, rather than a garden ornament, however interesting.

With the on going saga of the forth coming "Real Weathering" book you will notice that the timbers have weathered very nicely, to my eye at least. the bridge hasn't faded much yet and there is minimal rust. some odd spots, but will keep an eye on them. As this is the Armotek forum I won't mention the vehicle: concentrate on the bridge :wink:

Have a good weekend everyone

Cheers Charles
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PS Them triffids just takes over don't they. :roll:
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Hi all.
Cracking weekend, too hot to work on anything. The major plus though is my video editor is here :D

This means a startling flic starring the Armortek Bailey Bridge.



Enjoy folks

Charles
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Epic!
Was Tommy Cannon playing the part of the cybermen? Cannon and Voll :D (jeeez I'm getting old.)
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Hi John
See where you are going with this, could get worst, which it will probably: Hopefully.
Evening all
Charles
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Ooo you missed the obvious, "Time travel will teĺl"

A good clip though, special effects and no animals (cats) were harmed either. :D
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