A typical support of the Nord network.
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Concrete is a material that began to spread widely in the railway environment from the end of the First World War, as a result of the extensive reconstruction work required.
The Nord network, which was heavily affected by the destruction, was at the forefront in this field and subsequently tested concrete for many applications. A good example of this is the two posts designed to support signage signs and differing in fine detail.
They are made of very finely cast white metal from master models that are perfectly to scale.
Being completely reproduced, including in their lower parts, they can also be used to furnish a fleet of equipment or to make up a wagon load.
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