Another evening’s work and ‘Dalesmouth Viaduct’ actually starts to look like a bridge, and some lessons were learned along the way too.
It was also at this point, the eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed, that I decided to cut off the fine supports on top of the cross members. These were to have formed the ends of the fencing sections, but were so delicate that they showed a lot of distortion. They were also making handling of the bridge very awkward, to say the least. Lesson learned, I guess, for future projects. Primarily, what detail to include, and what not to include, in laser cut parts.