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michaelozzie

MOC: V202 Locomotive of Rurtalbahn

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I havn't seen a moc of one of these engines yet. This is definately one of my favourite european locomotives. Its not powered yet but that is my next project to add power functions. Please let us know your thoughts.

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Ahh, finally a 8 wide MOC!!!

Great, I like your detailed engine.

Do you have any batteries and light in the loco?

In reality where are this locos used?

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Ahh, finally a 8 wide MOC!!!

Great, I like your detailed engine.

Do you have any batteries and light in the loco?

In reality where are this locos used?

No batteries or light yet. Will add them soon. These engines are from a private rail company servicing the Rur region of Germany. They make trips into the Netherlands too.

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Love it! Your MOC really captures the lines of the prototype very well. I don't know much about German railways, but it's a nice model.

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SWEET - you found a use for old dark grey plates !

AWESOME MOC TRAIN and so close to the real one it's not funny !

Great stickering job too !

I'm a conformist! 'Michealozzie' !

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Beautiful yet equally menacing! Fantastic engine Michaelozzie. Not too many builders create 8-stud wide trains and you've certainly done so with style, adding a great amount of additional detail. Your decals are splendid as well as the color scheme. I love that dark green! I think train creations like this definitely separate the expert builders and those of the basic variety (like me). One day - I could only hope.

It's a good thing this is an ocean away from my Santa Fe Western, because I'd be afraid that it would crunch my little red caboose.

Top notch and front-paged! :thumbup:

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Oh my Gosh, I seriously thought that last picture was your LEGO verison Photoshopped into a real scene.

You copied that design flawlessly, that is very impressive. Great work!!

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Those dark grey sloped window pieces– are those official LEGO? I don't recognize them but they look very handy!

m19

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Great job ! I like it. :thumbup:

I would have put some tiles on the Dark Gray parts just to hide the studs also.

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An Excellent Loco michaelozzie. :wub:

Just like the real thing! :thumbup:

I really like it how its 8 wide, and how much detaile there is on it.

The custom Decals of yours are Great! :thumbup: A+ for them mate. :sweet:

Well done!

CommanderFox

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What a great loc!!! I absolutely love this - the photo with it at the station is just marvellous... I headed straight on to Classic-Town to blog this, but I found out Shadows had already pipped me to that :wacko: ... deservedly so (it's been a slow day for me :P)

The original engine itself is also a joy to behold - and that's why your model turned out so great! Thanks for introducing this great locomotive to us :]

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A beautiful reproduction of a brute of an engine! I'm a Steam fan but I love that engine!

And your work is fantastic. How inspiring!

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A very interesting-looking engine. It reminds me of a BR engine from somewhere.

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Great job recreating this odd-looking engine 'michaelozzie'. You nailed this MOC, I was surprised how much it looks like the photo of the actual unit. Excellent work default_classic.gif

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It looks amazing, excellent work.

The custom decals/stickers are superb.

*edit* just noticed this is an old post, still great work though.

Edited by Pet-Lego

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Very nice! :thumbup:

It's not always easy to put a slope next to the wheels so the wedges seems good to me :wink:

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