191 : Triple Arch Bridge

I designed a 10mm triple-arch stone bridge. Bridges featured heavily in the conflicts of the Danube Campaign as the armies fought over river crossing after river crossing. The humped back style of my bridge, though, wasn’t really typical of the bridges of Austria and Bavaria in 1809.  None-the-less, the model was more than likely to find itself pretty useful on the 10mm Napoleonic tabletop and a nice addition to the terrain box.

I designed the bridge to be a little wider than 25mm so that it could accommodate my troops mounted on 25mm wide bases.

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