gambort, on Aug 28 2009, 11:28 AM, said:
I've never actually built the train. That's just computer graphics. Making it look nice for the crowd :)
I believe aawsum is only speaking hypothetically. As the picture you posted shows the train ready built in a nice box... why would one need instructions? Or, would the train be given in bits require instructions and the box designed in such a way that it could also be used to store the completed set (like in the picture).
I am assuming that your concept is to give the completed train as a present with the instructions being there incase it breaks or because one might take it apart and want to rebuild it. The set looks fantastic!
I also checked out your Flickr post and left a comment. I would love to see more pics of the blue white loco too!
EDIT 3 hours later:
As it happens the BR50 you see in my Avatar is going to be a Christmas present for friends of mine and your box gave me a fantastic idea as the train will only be used occasionally and needs to be stored somewhere. That only occured to me just now!
Edited by missouri_bb63, 28 August 2009 - 01:36 PM.