« Antique Feather Copper Pen Stem Metal Nibbed Pen Writing Quill LL-14 Mountain House, Just In Case… Classic Bucket » 3 thoughts on “Code 100 Nickel Silver Warren Truss Bridge Kit HO Scale Atlas Trains” 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful Very good model, January 21, 2012 By M. Samsel (USA) – This review is from: Code 100 Nickel Silver Warren Truss Bridge Kit HO Scale Atlas Trains (Toy) Maybe I should rate it low… because I could choke… after all “choking hazard”. Well I do not try to stuff my mouth with it and I try to keep any kids aware of danger whenever I can (instead of trying to sue). This model is very simple and nice. Its has free re-railer. It connects with Bachman EZ-track quite easily, but it needs some help to stay together (electrical joiners should not work mechanically so some scotch tape underneath holding track with this bridge together is in place for temporary models like for Christmas). I have two of them (custom painted) and if you want to see results then watch the movie until the end: […] Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful Another great Atlas product, October 24, 2011 By John Staehle/Hobbies in a Barn (Deming, NM) – This review is from: Code 100 Nickel Silver Warren Truss Bridge Kit HO Scale Atlas Trains (Toy) I recently purchased this along with two other types of Atlas bridges, that make up 21″ for a large realistic span over water on my layout(look for photos along the way) I would recommend this kit as well as other Atlas products to all model railroaders.HO Plate Girder Bridge Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply A good bridge, but may need some adjustment, February 21, 2016 By Renaissance Man – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Code 100 Nickel Silver Warren Truss Bridge Kit HO Scale Atlas Trains (Toy) Item arrived on time and is as was described. Assembly is quite easy. Parts snap together and hold well, so at this point I did not glue the parts so I could make adjustments if needed. And some adjustment was needed since the front of the train hits the first outer truss supports because of the track’s curve as the train approaches the bridge. I merely removed the first and last truss supports (the two inner supports provide sufficient structural support). Thus, in other applications, it would be best that the train enter the bridge from a straight track and not just off a curve. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.