Ex cinno

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  • Birthday 09/15/53

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    Bologna
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    LEGO TRAINS, HISTORYCAL BUILDINGS, STOP MOTION

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  1. The BB 150 is an electric diesel locomotive produced in 13 units, at the end of the 50's, by the Officine Reggiane for Italian Southest Railways. Here I reproduced the number BB 162, which has been completely restored some years ago and is now used for tourism and historical recollections. Its width is as always at 7 studs. BB 162 0 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 1 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 2 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 3 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 4 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 5 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 6 by Claudio, su Flickr
  2. Thank you all for your nice words.
  3. Ciao, non so se ci conosciamo ma ho visto che sei di Roma e quindi potremmo anche esserci incontrati a qualche evento. Io mi chiamo Claudio Calzoni e l'ultimo a cui ho partecipato con i miei treni e la mia vialla Palladiana è stato il Ludicomix di Empoli. 

    Buona giornata.

    Claudio

     

     

    1. Itaria No Shintaku

      Itaria No Shintaku

      Ciao Claudio, so chi sei :)

      Gianluca mi conosce molto bene :)

  4. Your diorama looks really good, with so much details to see around.
  5. Hi Beck thank for your suggestion. May be that bogie look close to the front but that's exactly what I saw in some photos of the BB 169. Anyway I'll try to move it a stud back to see how it look. Thank LEGO Train 12 Volts for your words, but i think my collection does not even approach yours. I totally agree with your words: seven forever....
  6. Hi all. Just in time to present it on 22 and 23 April 2017 at Ludicomix in Empoli I completed a new italian diesel locomotive: the BB 169. Built in 1970 by the Reggian Mechanical Workshops for the italian F.S. was purchased by the Southeast Railways in 1991. Today it's used in the composition of the historic train "Valle d'Itria Express", along with the carriages Carminati & Toselli and the post wagon DU 951. BB 169 3 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 169 1 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 169 0 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 169 2 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 169 5 by Claudio, su Flickr
  7. HI all. My last moc is a DU 950, an Italian mail wagon with two axles built in 1937 by Officine Meccaniche Stanga of Padova. Here it is reproduced in 7 studs, with the original livery Brown and Isabella, the classic colors of the Italian Railways. In recent years its fully restored version was used in the historic train "Salento Express". Hope you enjoy. DU 950 1 by Claudio, su Flickr DU 950 0 by Claudio, su Flickr DU 950 2 by Claudio, su Flickr DU 950 3 by Claudio, su Flickr DU 950 4 by Claudio, su Flickr DU 950 5 by Claudio, su Flickr
  8. Great job BMacro, your mocs are wonderfull. I saw both at Verona Model Expo and from live they are even better.
  9. Thank you all for your nice comments. Now i am searching for another italian historical engine, more suitable for these coaches that my E444
  10. Nice work, your instructions are simply and easy to use.
  11. My last moc is a Carminati & Toselli, an historical Italian passengers coach builded from 1915, here in livery brown-isabella with balcony on both sides. Built in 7 studs wide is also fifty studs long and required 842 parts to be completed. Now it's the right companion to my previous one, the 1945 Corbellini coach. Carminati Toselli 1 by Claudio, su Flickr Carminati Toselli 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Carminati Toselli 3 by Claudio, su Flickr Carminati Toselli 4 by Claudio, su Flickr Carminati Toselli 5 by Claudio, su Flickr Carminati Toselli 6 by Claudio, su Flickr
  12. Thank Mesabi for your words but at the moment the interior is empty. Thank for your comment ColletArrow, and yes i tried to reproduce the brake gear. Thank a lot for your nice words KlodsBrick and I hope nobody throw objects out the window
  13. Thank for your words Lego Train 12 Volts and thank again for your advices with my E424.
  14. Hi everyone. With this Corbellini, an Italian passengers coach, finally my E424 locomotive found a nice partner, with the same brown-Isabella livery. Also this model was built with 7 stud width, because I think it's the best compromise between details and dimension, and it take about 1000 Lego parts to complete. Enjoy the pictures. Corbellini 1 by Claudio, su Flic Corbellini 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Corbellini 3 by Claudio, su Flickr Corbellini 4 by Claudio, su Flickr Corbellini 5 by Claudio, su Flickr