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The Victorian Bridge

 

 

 This is a scroll saw fretwork model of a Victorian suspension bridge. It can be made of any size you want, just by scaling the pattern and using appropriate wood thickness. Considering its size and beauty, this is a project that takes little time to complete and has no exceptional difficulties in its construction. One of the most attractive features of this project is the gently curved floor of the bridge. The bend is very slight and gives a nice effect. This piece of wood should be made with a very thin wood, so that bending is not a problem. The two sides of the bridge rest on two delicately fretworked boxes.   

 The pattern has been designed to use 4 mm wood. By scaling the pattern appropriately any other wood thickness can also be used. These are the measures of the bridge model depending on the wood thickness you use:

  Length Height Depth
1/8 in. wood 39.3 inches 9.9 inches 6.1 inches
3/16 in. wood 59 inches 14.8 inches 9.2 inches
3 mm. wood 94.5 cm. 23.6 cm. 14.7 cm.
4 mm. wood 126 cm. 31.5 cm. 19.6 cm.
5 mm. wood 157.5 cm. 39.4 cm. 24.5 cm.

Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 16 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

This picture is courtesy of Larry Haynes from the USA.

 

This picture is courtesy of Jose María Beltrán from Barcelona, Spain.

 

 This picture is courtesy of Travis Dunn from the USA.

 
award winner model of the scroll saw fretwork victorian bridge

   This is the bridge made by Mike Moorlach from Brandon, and Duane Genzlinger from Sioux Falls, both in South Dakota. They got a blue and Best of Show prize in the scroll saw category in the 2006 Empire Fair of Sioux Falls.

 

This picture is courtesy of Francisco Rodríguez from Manzanares, Ciudad Real, Spain.

 

  This picture is courtesy of Francisco Gómez from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

 

  This picture has been sent by Isaac and Ester Arditi from Israel.

 

  This picture has been sent by Carlos del Cerro Tenorio from Spain.

 

   This picture has been sent by Jose Luis from Spain.

 

  This picture has been sent by Don Monteath from the USA. This is a miniature bridge, made by scaling the pattern to half size. The arches are 2 mm thick and the bridge spans are 3 mm. The total weight of the bridge is 156 g,, 5-5 oz.

 

  This picture has been sent by Antonio Zaglio from Italy.

 

  This picture has been sent  by André Disnard from Saint-Pierre et Miquelon.

 

    This picture has been sent  by Steinar Vissebraaten from Norway.

 

 This picture has been sent  by Lefteris Christou from Kastoria, Greece.   

 

  This picture has been sent  by Ary Cadet from France (Reunion island).

 

  This picture has kindly been sent by Brian Carter from Scotland.

 

  This picture has kindly been sent by Daniel Bordei from Italy.

 

   This picture has been sent by Guillermo Morcillo from Castellón, Spain.

 

    This picture has been sent  by Laurent Neu from France.

 

 This picture has been sent by Antonio Zaglio from Italy.

 
This picture has been sent by Francisco Javier Tejado Montalvo from Silla, Valencia.
 

This picture has been kindly sent by Francisco Calderón from Chile.

 

These pictures have been kindly sent by Matthew Buhagiar from Malta.

 

This picture has kindly been sent by Jose Rodrigo from Borriol, Castellón, Spain.

 

 This picture has kindly been sent by Matteo Gentile from Foggia, Italy.

 

 This picture has been sent by Sebastiano Foddai from Italy.

 

 This picture has been sent  by Alejandro Hernández from Amposta, Tarragona.

 

 This picture has been kindly sent by Stephen O'Toole from Ireland.

 

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