Murdoch17

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About Murdoch17

  • Birthday 11/04/94

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  • Location
    Missouri
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    Hello, and welcome to my profile page. I have a room full of LEGO town, railway, space, Doctor Who & other assorted sets / MOCs / MODs. I built my town featuring these MODs of sets: Medieval Market Village, Town Plan, Diagon Alley, World City / CITY, and Trains.
    This are all my buildings I own:

    -Old Blacksmiths, now my house with finished bottom floor and staircase.
    -The Tavern / Pub / Bar from has an inside staircase.
    -Ollivander Wand shop is used as Bob's Adventure Supplies.
    -Gringott's is now First Imperial Bank.
    -Borgin & Burkes is my fictional local Ironwood Lego Users Group (Iron-LUG) meeting spot, featuring a Micro-LEGO layout.
    -There is a custom two story Post Office.
    -Town Hall borrowed from the 2008 Town Plan remake.
    -Triple 32x32 base-plate long World City-style train shed

    This all goes along with 61 trains (rolling stock and locomotives) and 6 structures (such as the above station and shed, but with bridges, a water tower, and several other objects)

    Thanks for viewing!!

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  1. Thanks! The cockpit I used isn't printed because LDD doesn't allow it. I use this part here in real life.
  2. Lego Loco FTW! I loved that game, and even had this figure of Super Station Master and if you knew where to look, he made a 2 second cameo in Lego Island 2. I REALLY want a sequel to the Lego Loco with a updated train list and buildings, like the old Railroad Tycoon games.
  3. BUMP: Just updated the base's pictures, with newer ones coming as soon as the the postal service delivers the parts!
  4. LDD file and pictures updated for the larger and now multi-engine rocket. Keep watching this space for the updated real life model, coming soon!
  5. Could you please elaborate? I don't quite understand, as it's already got a lot of yellow with some green.
  6. Like this? I'm in the process of updating the pictures and your idea about the palm trees was too good to pass up. Thanks for the idea!
  7. Sorry for the two year bump, but this model has been built in real bricks, and as such needed an updated page... so I updated it!
  8. Here you go: Aerotrain link I just found it, and it wasn't up to date, so i updated it for you!
  9. Thanks! You should really like this picture here then: Just completed the last part of my streamlined steam trinity. First built was the War Baby 4-8-4 Daylight / Southern Pacific 4460, then my custom 4-8-2 Mountain type steamer, and finally my 4-6-4 Dreyfuss inspired Hudson. These are not all my steam locos, or even all my streamlined locos (I have a GM Aerotrain, a couple other early diesels and a GG1 electric), but they are all my streamlined steam engines. Also, each engine has it's own matching passenger consist.
  10. As i said on Flickr: very nice model, I love the white boiler stripes!
  11. This modular station was inspired by a long since expired Cuusso / Ideas project, (not mine), and set 4554 Metro Station from 1991. I doubled the model in size and now added a quad-sided clock tower and removable six track long platform. I even put a wheelchair access ramp from the street side for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). I plan on possibly getting the new station to replace this one after the Adventurers / CITY Jungle temple I'm building is done in real life. The street side of the station has space for 8 printed 1 x 1 letters, allowing you to name the station what you want along with a statue dedicated to the railroad's founder has been placed by the stairs. As a side not, the four clock faces are supposed to feature this print. The lower floor has the central ticket desk and two inside waiting rooms located under the two left and right wings. These wings also allow for access to the platform under the twin canopies. Also noticeable in this picture is the removable platform, which connects to the main model via a multitude of Technic pins. The second floor has the switching control room and station managers office which floats inside the exterior walls on some tile-topped pillars. This assembly is barely connected to the build by two studs. (NOTE: No stairs to the upper floor were made because that's how the official CITY sets are, so I didn't include any. Besides, it would have messed with symmetry of the station!) If you want to build this yourself, please see the LDD file here. Comments, questions and complaints are always welcome!
  12. From someone who once worked at the first state capitol, I can safely say that building is the old court house famous for part of the Dred Scott case. It was never the capitol, as the first one is on main street in Saint Charles as seen here. It was used until jefferson city was finished being built (it was originally prairie and nothing was there when the state joined the union), and then moved there. Fun Fact: The first state capitol only occupied the top floor: the Peck brothers store and house were on the first, along with a woodworking shop under the governors office. After being vacated, the buildings went though many uses until being taken apart in the 1960's, brick by brick, to their original 1820's form that you see today.
  13. Thanks! by the way, I just updated the model to include a bunch of ideas @ColletArrow and @Wabbajack suggested. The ldd file has also been changed to reflect the pictures.
  14. Cool model, but Jefferson City is the capitol of Missouri! Sorry...
  15. The station looks really epic, but as pointed out above, the engine may need some engineering work. That doesn't distract from the overall styling, as that looks really spot-on!