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missouri_bb63

Great Dutch train MOC's

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As I still haven't got the possibility to make any MOC's of my own at the moment, I figured I should at least share a link to a Brickshelf user who has some pretty cool creations. I am not sure if any of you have seen his creations before. Below is just one of them. You should have a browse through all of his folders.

His contact information is on Brickshelf so feel free to write to him if you would like to praise his work. I probably will.

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In the mean time I am on holiday from this coming week so I will be making a few BlueBrick contributions and hopefully I will be able to start some proper MOC's once I have moved into my new flat and will actually have some room for a LEGO collection.

Happy building!

Edited by TheBrickster

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hat off to your MOC! impressive! just wondering how can handle curved tracks, cars looks really long!

have a nice lego day

mrBlue

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hat off to your MOC! impressive! just wondering how can handle curved tracks, cars looks really long!

have a nice lego day

mrBlue

That is an excellent point. When I was looking at these last night I didn't even notice. It might run on HoMa's curved track which he used for his ICE 3. click here

It looks like the tucks aren't even meant to rotate on this one. Still looks good though.

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At this point I would like to point out again that these are not my creations, I just found them and wanted to share them. My only MOC to date can be found in the signature below.

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Very convincing build. Any idea on how the paint scheme was created, are these stickers or decals? It looks like real paint to me, so it's probably decals? A very fine job in any case!

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This builder has really some nice creations. However, he cuts and modifies some parts in models, and that's something I don't really like. Not all the models, as far as I know the VIRM in the first image is 100% unmodified LEGO, aside from the decals or stickers.

These models are for display use only, so they don't need to be able to take narrow curves.

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