marbleman

Emerald Night Reborn - Flying Scotsman(update pictures of Coach)

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  As the prototype of Emerald Night, Flying Scotsman is very famous Steam engine in the world.

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  After finished my QJ steam engine http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/133621-china-qj-steam-engine/#comment-2572918, I begine to make it, here is my work.

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  The Light can be lighten.

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   Have a guess what's this?  It's water tank made by lego parts for smoking.

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Here is smoking effect.

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This is water inlets.

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Big Ben XL wheel painted to green

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$100 bricks just for fun.

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Drived by one L motor

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The whole train with coach

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video link https://v.qq.com/x/page/s0361fjaxjq.html

Put together with QJ

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My shelf for showing the train

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Thank you for visiting.

Add some picture of Coach.

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Wow. Do want! Now! :D Very well done! I feel like a lot of MOC trains look like MOC trains and just stand out as such in a Lego World. But yours look just right! 

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Overall a very nice looking Flying Scotsman. Instant recognition!

A pity the wheel colours do not match and the smoke stack isn't black. But other than that you did a great job.

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Really nice job!  Will you be displaying it at any shows in the future?  I would love to see it run.

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This work is amazing!

I love the red parts and the medium wheels of the tender! :wub:

The lights and the smoke effect ...oh gosh ...those things are the icing on the cake! :wub::wub:

Perfect works also on the wagons ...the curved shape looks great!

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9 hours ago, Railman66 said:

Awesome job - how did you make the smoker?  Very cool.

The answer is here

 

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I've got to say, you've inspired me to sign up to ask a few questions - this MOC is great.

 

As I only own the Hogwarts Express train and I'm looking make a MOC Flying Scotsman as my first motorised train - I've downloaded LDD to help build it before for I order parts and I have a few questions:

 

1) Could I have a picture of the gears and how they connect to the central 3 axels?

2) How did you build the part before the Cab? I'm not sure how you got the slant there.

3) Could I get some more pictures of the passenger coaches?

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An excellent build with great details. Your title is so wrong though, there is little "Emerald Night" in this very fine MOC beyond the prototype for inspiration. Every feature I see is far superior to the EN (mind you the EN was a great set, but it is overshadowed by many MOCs like this one). Please do post a new topic about your smoke generator, that is a fascinating feature.

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On ‎2017‎年‎3‎月‎18‎日 at 6:22 AM, Mkez45634 said:

I've got to say, you've inspired me to sign up to ask a few questions - this MOC is great.

 

As I only own the Hogwarts Express train and I'm looking make a MOC Flying Scotsman as my first motorised train - I've downloaded LDD to help build it before for I order parts and I have a few questions:

 

1) Could I have a picture of the gears and how they connect to the central 3 axels?

2) How did you build the part before the Cab? I'm not sure how you got the slant there.

3) Could I get some more pictures of the passenger coaches?

Thank you for concern my work.  The question 1 & 2,please see following picture.

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The question 3, please see my brickshelf,  http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=569192

Hope my answer is helpful.

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Posted (edited)

4 hours ago, marbleman said:

Thank you for concern my work.  The question 1 & 2,please see following picture.

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The question 3, please see my brickshelf,  http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=569192

Hope my answer is helpful.

 
 

Just what I was looking for thanks! Are there any more pictures of those passenger coaches? I really like those too...

 

Edit: link to photo gallery isn't public?

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18 hours ago, Mkez45634 said:

Just what I was looking for thanks! Are there any more pictures of those passenger coaches? I really like those too...

 

Edit: link to photo gallery isn't public?

The Link is working well, I don't know why you can't see it. But I still add the pictures to topic for your reference.

On ‎2017‎年‎3‎月‎18‎日 at 10:08 PM, zephyr1934 said:

An excellent build with great details. Your title is so wrong though, there is little "Emerald Night" in this very fine MOC beyond the prototype for inspiration. Every feature I see is far superior to the EN (mind you the EN was a great set, but it is overshadowed by many MOCs like this one). Please do post a new topic about your smoke generator, that is a fascinating feature.

Thank your for your praise. The smoke generator is simply, just as I showing in this topic

 The board support 5V~12V input, so it can be drived by Lego battery box directly. The last thing is find a suitable water tank and you put all of them into your MOC.

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6 hours ago, marbleman said:

The Link is working well, I don't know why you can't see it. But I still add the pictures to topic for your reference.

Thank your for your praise. The smoke generator is simply, just as I showing in this topic

 The board support 5V~12V input, so it can be drived by Lego battery box directly. The last thing is find a suitable water tank and you put all of them into your MOC.

 

Thankyou!

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I absolutely love the passenger coach designs! Especially with the realistic looking windows. And is that the Orient Express I see in the background on the shelf?  :) 

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On ‎2017‎年‎3‎月‎30‎日 at 7:59 AM, Elysiumfountain said:

I absolutely love the passenger coach designs! Especially with the realistic looking windows. And is that the Orient Express I see in the background on the shelf?  :) 

Yes,it's Oriental express.  You could see this topic about it.

 

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