Vliebricker

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    Trains, MOC''s, military vehicles and historical ships

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    The Netherlands
  1. WoW, LegoLow, it really looks like a sciencefiction project with even 3D printing parts for this lay-out . And as I understand, you will use both 9V and 12V engines on this trackplan?
  2. Hi LegoLow, I found out about your lay-out only today. What a great rail plan! And so many levels. But will you be sure that your engines will be able to tow a number of carriages up into the mountains? How steep is it from level to level? Have you tried this out before? I've seen some comments about the narrow curves and longer engines and carriages, but in combination with the height of the levels and the overall train length, I hope the train will not fall still on your track. But nevertheless it's a very interesting lay-out that I wish we could do with our train-guys of the LOWLUG.
  3. Hi, PrisonBrick, great model this historic tram. But what is the idea of the rope? Can you tell me? I'm curious. And the windows, did you use doors for those, placed sideways?
  4. Hi there Marbleman, nicely done your DF-4B engine. Are you planning to do some passenger carriages in the same colourscheme as well? How are trainlengths in China compared to Europian or American length?
  5. Hi there Legotron, I agree totally with the others. It's a lovely piece of train and terain work that you've built. A real Panzerzug, wow! I wished that I could see it with my own eyes. It completely fits into my kind of theme as a former Panzer-man. Please come with more detailed photos. Did you build in a PF engine in the loc? Did you scratch-build the loc and wagons or did you use a buildingplan? All the Panzerbricks stuff is also awesome to see! Keep up with the good works and show it all.
  6. Hi, UrbanErwin, great to see all those wip-photos. I wonder how large will your modules be for handling? Especially the ones of long slow curve? Hope to see the result in autumn on LOWLUG LTC meeting.
  7. Wonderful job, Zephyr1934, as soon as I've some time I'll try to rebuild the "blue cargotrain" into the GP40. Great to know that stickers are available for a proper finishing touch.
  8. Super looking, UrbanErwin, I'm looking forward to coming sunday at the LOWLUG meeting. Completing with what we all have so far, must result in some more nice pictures, don't you think?
  9. Hi, Ust60, very, very beautiful steam engine that you've built. Also running nicely. But how does she perform with a number of coaches on her tail? It seems that running through the curves as it is without coaches, is somewhat tough. But the model is great, I would love to have one myself. Gutentag, Herr Ust60, sehr, sehr schöne Dampf Zug. Und sie lauft auch sehr schön. Aber wie wirkt es wann sie mit mehrere wagons durch die Bahn fahrt? Schon jezt ohne wagons kostet sie einige mühe durch die etwas enge Lego Buchten zu fahren. Aber ich finde ihre model fabelhaft. Ich wunschte das ich so eine Dampfer hätte! Haben sie wieleicht auch eine Bauanleitung? Entschuldigung für meine Grammatik. Im Bergen-Hohne am Natotruppenübungsplatz sprach ich nur Deutsch und brauchte nicht zu schreiben ;-)
  10. Hi, Ust60, very, very beautiful steam engine that you've built. Also running nicely. But how does she perform with a number of coaches on her tail? It seems that running through the curves as it is without coaches, is somewhat tough. But the model is great, I would love to have one myself.
  11. Nice modding! I defenitely like this one better than the original. It really looks better enlarged.
  12. Superb modelling! Really looks great, especially in the blue colour. Hopefully she will run smoothly through the curves. What rail are you using?
  13. Wow, great looking model! I didn't know this type of steamloc at all. Curious. And how does it run with some coaches? And what about riding through the lego-rail curves?
  14. I'd go for the 6 stud and with some more length. I've done a lot of riding with Dutch trams and the were always slim because they must manoeuvre through normal street traffic often with 1 or 2 additional cars attached. But I do like the look of both your modells.
  15. Duq, I agree with you completely. Lego passengertrains never look too good, in my opinion. That is, the modern ones. The Emerald Night is ofcourse a superb example of how TLC should design their passengertrains. And, okay, the Horizon Express is a bit of an exception. But it has more brick parts to build a decent front of the train. Generally speaking the Lego freighttrains look much better. On the other hand, what's wrong in MOCing your own passengertrain from a real-life model?