Trestle #1 has been added and tested, as you can see it's a long way down to the river bed ( 27 inches ) So do not want trains going for a high dive. I have yet to add check rails. Now working on Trestle #2 as you can see in the second photo.
There has been a lot of plaster mixed. Casting and pouring is job #1 ( One operator ) then placing the castings and hiding the joins. Used paper towels saturated in a plaster slurry to fill in any gaps ( Operator #2 )
I have used Spackfilla in the past but the cost would be to expense in this case. So far about 200 kgs of plaster used.
Don, fantastic progress and I'd love to see Peter join and show us a step by step on how to build these. A you-tube video would be even better. I'd also love to hear any tips for creating the molds, I have been making mine with woodland scenic rubber and this just takes way to long. On some of my bigger ones as long as 10 days for one mold. I have been using some quartz rocks I got on a job site for my smaller ones and really love how they came out. Really to scale for HO. The height of your walls is very dramatic and love the future plans as well. Pat