Nexus7

MOC: Train Station

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Just wanted to share a little addition to my Gantry Signal Box posted here some time ago. This time round I built a Train Station.

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Station's signal is moved by small PF motor.

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AWESOME TRAIN STATION !!!! :laugh:

And the signal is excellent in PF control - great work great detail - fantastic work 'Nexus7'. :grin:

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Awesome camouflage for PF !!

This a great addition, for sure ! :wink:

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Wonderful train station! By the way, hiding your PF battery box in a little shed is ingenious! Great work! And I also find the stuff around the train station amazing.

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Simply beautiful work! I love the lines on the building, the window detailing, and the clock on the front.

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I love your choice of architechture and colours. The level of realism in the details is great.

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An amazing Train station MOC Nexus. :wub:

That is one impressive layout. :cry_happy:

Really nice job with camouflaging the power function parts. :thumbup:

Amazing job and Very well done!

CommanderFox

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The building is really amazing, but the supporting buildings are also really nicely done. And an excellent job on hiding the PF.

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Just beautiful details all round Nexus! Thanks for taking the time to share this awesome layout with us. I think the Tan and Gray station is a personal favourite of mine. Cheers

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That is fantastic Nexus! A top notch layout. :wub:

There are a lot of details in there, and the tiled railtracks are really nice. The buildings are awesome as well.

A great layout, great job! :thumbup:

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Unbelievably good creation :thumbup:

one of the best train stations I have ever seen.

I loved your gantry box - in fact that got my vote during TTCE, but this train station is even better. :thumbup:

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:sceptic::sceptic::sceptic::sceptic::sceptic:

Impressive.

:sceptic::sceptic::sceptic::sceptic:

What's with all of the Sceptic faces?

:sceptic::sceptic::sceptic::sceptic::sceptic:

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Always loved your MOCs, and this goes to show just why. It's an absolutely lovely train station... and I'm speechless!

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Wow, that is a truly amazing extension of the original build.

Not only the building, but I believe that all the small details like the tiled track, the surroundings, the signal pole, etc make the finishing touch.

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Yeah, details are awesome, I like this station!

And of course, that PF elements are great. Nice addition to the station!

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Wow, this is awesome.

The way you did the rails is exciting. I never saw this before!

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What a great creation! :sweet:

I can still remember the Gantry Signal Box from the contest. :cry_happy: It was one my my two favorites.

The station is amazing! I love all the small details and especially the second picture with the flora surrounding the rails. :wub: Very realistic!

Well done Nexus7! :thumbup:

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That looks incredible! I love how you've done the building/bridge :thumbup: .

Great work.

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AWESOME MOC!! The building is excellent and your design on the signal is too. Great use of the PF & gearing.

Model On!!

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