After looking at some photos, I am wondering about construction of light weight, often military built narrow gauge railways.
Early bridges were typically wooden, and track was sleepered. On later beidges the supports might still be wooden, but longitudinal metal girders were used. Some bridges had more substantial supports, and as there were so string often still exist.
Anyway, my question is about how the sleepers were(if at all) attached to the longitudinal girders.
Makes no difference in a model, just wondering.
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