Brick bridge - Part 1 My work on Zellin layout created a need to have a road bridge crossing the dig in which double track railroad is located. The size of the dog was actually already determined by the size of the layout and the the size of the dig. Due to the fact that it was my first ever scratchbuiling project I wanted to find something prototypical but not too complicated and fitting the era of the layout (50'-60') well. My idea was to have brick bridge but without round shapes. Actually most brick bridges built by Germans have the round shapes like this: So I started to search Internet. I found many "easy to built" shapes but unfortunately they were made of concrete and looked like those: Finally I found a photo of brick construction in a book concerning railway architecture. What a surprise ! The railway line is not in use any more but is located in range of 1,5 hour driving time from my place. Saturday excursion's result was some photo documentation and basic measurements done. The bridge looks like this: Finally I have my prototype inspiration to start construction !