Feuer Zug

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  1. Nice work. The torpedo car seems built on the same idea as the Schnabel car. And the yard locomotive is cute too.
  2. Nice work. You've got the look down for the size. It's good to see others working in 4 wide.
  3. Nice locomotive shed. I've seen a few like it around the historic railways in Europe and it looks spot on.
  4. Sweet. My wallet will scream in more pain when we get to add parts to our order.
  5. Great video. I like the whole getting out and having fun while enjoying LEGO. Also, one would think it's a little cold to go without pants up there. :)
  6. But??? Anyway, will we have the option to add extra track on after if we decide we want more?
  7. The decals look good. Oh, and that's a nice fleet of EMD locomotives you have there.
  8. Nice work. It looks good in orange.
  9. And this is what I've been waiting for. Backed.
  10. Nice work. Your Atlantic looks great, love the passenger car, and the boxcar is pretty good too.
  11. Very nice well cars. Good frame work and they fit all sizes of containers.
  12. Nice late model GP 7. They are classic second generation diesel locomotives and you did a good job modeling it. Innovative use of cones for the radiator bulge.
  13. Great looking locomotive. You've captured the look and feel rather well.
  14. Here's the latest on my SD70ACe. First, the extender cable did the trick on making it easy to run two motors on one channel. With the open channel, I managed to install front lights. Next, the L motor upgrade has been completed. It was done in conjunction with an upgrade from the AAA battery box to the AA one. This makes the motors connect directly to the ends of the battery box. The frame has stiffened considerably. It hauls 8 cars around without issues, but I usually run it with only 5 well cars. I have run it once with 14 cars and it slowed a bit in the corners. Finally, the fuel tank, sides of the trucks, and prows were changed from light bley to dark bley.