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Thread: Widen width of arches on viaduct.

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    Default Widen width of arches on viaduct.

    I have found this on the DS which I would like to use to represent Stockport Viaduct.
    The problem I have is the arches are not wide enough to span the motorway.
    I hope someone can point me the right direction to alter this or find a better viaduct.
    DDD HL2 viaduct 4T 01,<kuid2:275817:37230:2>
    Lorraine

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    Hello Lorraine0

    Try FMA UK arches w24 1 by vendel, kuid <kuid:149987:30204>
    I had it span motorway 1 and motorway access road by rijk, kuids <kuid2:75834:37000:1> and <kuid2:75834:37002:1>
    You will have to lay the track over the arches yourself but bekaember's fixed track assets and the late andi06's JK Way gauges greatly assist the process.

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    Hello Lorraine0

    I have knocked up a Stockport viaduct using two runs of GEML Viaduct to fit a four track section and two Road_freeway106 sections. Height 12 metres.
    GEML Viaduct 1 by thisischeese. <kuid2:501396:100810:1>
    Road_Freeway106 by tume. <kuid2:82412:804106:1>
    Using the freeway allowed me to split the motorway around the viaduct piers.


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    Thank you for your quick reply. Will have a look.

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    Thank you for your quick reply. Will have a look,

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    Have just tried with w24 2 and three lane motoerway and just fits. Thanks for your help.

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