michaelozzie

MOC: Nmbs 77 Loco

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Hi guys. Its been a long time since I posted some train mocs. These 2 have been sitting in boxes for nearly 8 months while I have been moving between houses but I finally have been able to unpack all my lego and start showing some of this stuff. The 77 series locomotives are a common site here in Belgium. I see these most days around the Zeebrugge port. Both are built in 8 wide as ive found this a nicer scale for realism in my mocs. The Matisa VM 500 is a service engine used by the NMBS to repair overhead cabling on the railways. I built it on an old RC base I had left over but will propably upgrade it to proper power functions when i get a new battery and motor set. More pics are on my site Flickr these are just teaser pics :tongue: cheers all!

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beautiful engine

and very realistic

see them regularly passing.

when I pass station along kortrijk

there are two engines shunting the traincars in to the station

and prepare trains for depart.

it is a dream to make once a model like this.

and also once a diesel of 1960s (green with yellow lines)

nice :thumbup::wub:

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The Matisa really looks delightful - besides, I really like shunters :sweet: And I'd really love to see more shots of the 77...

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beautiful engine

and very realistic

see them regularly passing.

when I pass station along kortrijk

there are two engines shunting the traincars in to the station

and prepare trains for depart.

it is a dream to make once a model like this.

and also once a diesel of 1960s (green with yellow lines)

nice :thumbup::wub:

You read my mind. My next project im thinking a class 62 in that lovely green with yellow lines.

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