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First steps are underway for the signature scene on The Hills Line, the Iowa Interstate’s bridge over the Iowa River and the CIC Hills Line in Iowa City. More than any other locale on the prototype, the former Rock Island bridge could reasonably be considered the signature scene for the entire IAIS Railroad.
This weekend I was able to rough in the river bed, modify the bridge abutments, and construct the two open-deck girders. The two pieces of track are in place to check side-to-side clearances. Still to come are remaining wing walls, the short trestle to the west of the bridge, final detailing of the bridges, as well as contouring the riverbank and fascia
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