Adie Roberts continues his inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.

Now so much of this is scratch built which makes it that extra bit special from modeller Federico Chial and his stunning Ludendorff bridge (Remagen) 1945 Germany.

The Ludendorff Bridge (in German Ludendorff - Brücke), named after German General Erich Ludendorff, who had suggested construction during World War I, better known as the Remagen Bridge, was a railway bridge I, crossing the Rhine, connected Remagen and Erpel (located on the other side) from the river). Completed in 1919 by German engineer Karl Wiener, it collapsed on 17 March 1945. It played a key role in World War II, precisely at the Battle of Remagen (7-8 March 1945), as it was the only bridge over the Rhine captured by the Allies, during the advance to Germany.



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