Sometimes called the Ludendorff Bridge and sometimes called the Remagen Bridge, In early March 1945 this was one of two remaining bridges across the River Rhine in Germany when it was captured during the Battle of Remagen by United States Army forces during the closing weeks of World War II. Built in World War I to help deliver reinforcements and supplies to the German troops on the Western Front, it connected Remagen on the west bank and the village of Erpel on the eastern side between two hills flanking the river.
The bridge span is 23.34" (593mm) not including the towers, with the towers the span is 24.44" (621mm).
Model is made from a variety of materials:
Road surface is laser cut 1/8" (3mm) MDF
Bridge structure is precision laser cut Matboard
The two towers and piers are solid resin castings