Thanks for the get well, but unfortunately my problem looks like it will be permanent.
If you make the bridges different lengths say 5, 6 and 7 .. some will be different in the middle.
The wooden bridge I working on in the test section when make a odd length it will have the Iron Plate or Steel Girders in the middle.
The 2 bridges you mention with alignment problem these will be replaced by something else.
The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th road bridge from the left will all be replaced.
With roads I hope to make a few old style bridges and some newer types. The newer types I hope make them all wide so can be placed side by side for those who like highways.
Might take me several weeks or more get these bridges finished.
This image of all the bridges so far at different lengths.
All Bridges.png [1.43 MiB]
Not downloaded yet
The road bridges:
Brick -- this designed from bridges in Sydney and Newcastle that cross over railway tracks. There is also another design of this I intend to make with steel girder type pillars instead of brick.
Steel Girder -- this I think is complete .. it is based on a bridge at Hexham near Newcastle. There are several other bridges with same design in my country.
Test Bridge -- this when I got the alignment with fences on the on and off ramps will replace the Wooden Bridge or maybe the Covered bridge.
Iron Plate Bridge -- is based on a bridge at a place called Dora Creek, located between Newcastle and Sydney. These types of bridges are used to cross rivers and also railway tracks. The pillars need to be spaced to 2 tiles apart like the brick bridge.
Stone Bridge -- intend to move this to replace one of the wooden bridges and replace it with a brick arch similar to the Stone rail bridge.
The next 5 bridges will all be replaced.The Rail Bridges
Brick -- this is based on a bridge at East Maitland Railway Station and others seen in Sydney Suburban network. Has a pedestrian walk way under the on/off ramps.
Steel Girder -- we have many of this style of bridge in my country.
Test bridge -- solely for testing designs.
Iron Plate -- Based on a Iron Plate at Dora Creek and Wyong between Newcastle and Sydney. Not sure if the Steel Girder is needed .. might remove this.
Stone Bridge -- Hope to keep this bridge but might used different stone colours as used to be some in my country using red brick and some sandstone.
Wooden Trestle -- This based on high trestle bridges I see in photos in books and on internet .. I don't know of any crossing wide rivers, but I left a gap in the middle for bridges of odd lengths to allow vehicles and boats to pass under. The centre span needs strengthening.
Wooden Bridge -- intend to combine this with the "Wood with iron Plate" and "Wood with Steel Girder" . A bridge of even length,2, 4, 6 etc will be all wood. A bridge of a odd length will be either the Iron Plate or the Steel Girder in the centre.
Wood with iron Plate, Wood with Steel Girder and Covered Bridge -- will all be replaced with a different design.
The Test Bridges will also be replaced.
One idea I like to try if can make 2 rail bridges and design them so can be placed side by side for dual tracks. Make it look like a double track bridge. Probable do this if a Iron Plate bridge as I have photos of these to work with.
Here the updated file with a few fixes did.