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#1 ust60

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 02:43 PM

Hello forum community,

four months have passed. since I've presented here some of mine. Can you remember. I was in love with BR-01 from Teddy. Love like a schoolboy.

Now 34 orders later (at BrickLink) sees my BR-01 is made of. It is still not really Complete.
But I would imagine though.
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And if you think this is a nice floor model for the showcase
Look at the videos





Best regards Udo

Sorry for my poor language skills

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 03:23 PM

Great job so far, ust60! This sure is a popular loco! How do these x-6-x's handle in the curves? Seeing how 3 of the wheels are connected, I've wandered how they fare   Posted Image
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Posted 28 April 2012 - 03:31 AM

I like your BR 01, particularly the cab interior, the levers along the sides of the tender and the triple pipes on the boiler. What piece is holding the pipes in place? I've been looking for a solution for my endless WIP BR 50 :-)

View PostLego Guy Bri, on 27 April 2012 - 03:23 PM, said:

Great job so far, ust60! This sure is a popular loco! How do these x-6-x's handle in the curves? Seeing how 3 of the wheels are connected, I've wandered how they fare   Posted Image

The middle set of wheels are blind drivers (ie they have no ridges on the rims) so they can float over the rails, hence no handling problems.

#4 ust60

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 08:44 AM

Hello forum community,

Hallo Lego Gay Bri, is your question answered? With the declaration of peterab
because of my poor knowledge of English, I have not understood your question

Please formulate your question again different, if it is still not answered, so that I can answer you
Thank you

Hallo peterab,

on the photograph is a fixing to view,( in the red circle ) the second fixing is hidden ( red arrow )
The upper and lower "pipe" through 3 are self-made aluminum parts fixed


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Mit freundlichen Grüßen   Udo

#5 ust60

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 02:33 PM

Hallo peterab,


Excuse me because I made a mistake when uploading.

This picture is better than explanation.

on the photograph is a fixing to view,( in the red circle ) the second fixing is hidden ( red arrow )
The upper and lower "pipe" through 3 are self-made aluminum parts fixed

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Best regards Udo

#6 harnbak

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 08:51 AM

Absolutely lovely and very clean design!

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 09:08 AM

View Postust60, on 30 April 2012 - 02:33 PM, said:


This picture is better than explanation.


Thanks Udo for the picture, I now know why I couldn't work out what the custom piece was :-)

#8 ust60

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 10:05 AM

View Postpeterab, on 02 May 2012 - 09:08 AM, said:

Thanks Udo for the picture, I now know why I couldn't work out what the custom piece was :-)


All pictures on

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ust60/

Best regards    Udo

#9 mrlegoman

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 02:16 PM

Amazing details! Love the photo of where the driver sits - shows a lot of detail. Great job.

#10 kzv

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Posted 04 May 2012 - 08:58 AM

Very nice creation!

#11 GSD Jerrys

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Posted 03 February 2015 - 08:23 PM

Nice how did you make it so circlular

#12 Vliebricker

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Posted 11 February 2015 - 12:08 AM

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.

#13 ust60

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Posted 12 February 2015 - 02:08 PM

Hello alias GSD Jerry

Was your question: How do I get for boiler around? With these parts.
Part 88930 Slope, Curved 2 x 4 x 2/3 No Studs with Bottom Tubes

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All photos in Flickr album BR 01


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Hello Vliebricker,

I want answer your question. But the problem is the translation.
The Translation Program translates only nonsense . Can you repeat the question in Dutch
A lot of time has passed (20 years), but I've tried to learn Dutch

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Hello Vliebricker,

Ik wil graag dat je je vraag te beantwoorden. Maar het probleem is de vertaling. De Vertaling Programma vertaalt Nonsens. Kunt u de vraag in het Nederlands te herhalen. Veel tijd is verstreken (20 jaar), maar ik heb geprobeerd om Nederlands te leren. Misschien kan ik dan begrijp uw vraag. En je vraag te beantwoorden.

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Hallo Vliebricker,

ich möchte dir deine Frage beantworten. Aber das Problem ist die Übersetzung. Das Übersetzungsprogram  übersetzt  Nonsens. Kannst du die Frage auf Niederländisch wiederholen
Es ist Zeit vergangen ( 20 Jahre ) Aber ich habe mal versucht Niederländisch zu lernen
Vieleicht kann ich deine frage dann verstehen. Und dir deine Frage Beantworten.

Yours sincerely,
Met vriendelijke groet
Mit freundlichen Grüßen    Udo

#14 Vliebricker

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Posted 23 February 2015 - 11:56 PM

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 ;-)

#15 ust60

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Posted 24 February 2015 - 02:49 PM

Hello alias Vliebricker,

your German is much better, as my English.
And even better than my Dutch. A blueprint for the BR 01 I have not. I have only copied. She is from Johan aka Teddy

https://www.flickr.c...s/36059767@N08/

To see pictures of my BR 01. All you need is down on my Flickr address click.

https://www.flickr.c.../122687637@N08/

What all the BR 01 pulls, you can see here. After 1 minute 30 seconds  the BR 01 " at work "



https://www.youtube....h?v=KgeT0Gd1wzI

The second steam locomotive is a BR 23. If you are interested in the BR 23 I can help you. The BR 23 should on the original, by Ben Benecke remind.
but it is not a one to one copy.

Yours sincerely, Udo
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Hallo alias Vliebricker,

je Duits is veel beter dan mijn Engels. En zelfs beter dan mijn nederlands.
Een blauwdruk voor de BR 01 heb ik niet. Ik heb eigenlijk gewoon gekopieerd. Het is Johan ook bekend door  Teddy.
Om foto's van mijn BR 01 zien, moet je alleen maar te klikken op mijn Flickr-mailadres
Wat de BR 01 trekt alles, kunt u hier zien. Na 1:30 van de BR 01 op het werk.

De tweede is een stoomlocomotief BR 23 Bent u geïnteresseerd in de BR 23 Ik kan u helpen bent. De BR 23 moet niet vergeten de oorspronkelijke Ben Benecke, maar het is niet een één op één kopie.

Met vriendelijke groet, Udo
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Hallo alias Vliebricker,

dein deutsch ist viel besser, als mein Englisch. Und auch besser als mein niederländisch. Einen Bauplan für die BR 01 habe ich nicht. Ich habe sie eigentlich nur kopiert. Sie ist von Johan alias Teddy.
Um Bilder von meiner BR 01 zu sehen, brauchst du nur unten auf meinen Flickr Adresse klicken.
Was die BR 01 alles zieht, kannst du hier sehen. Nach 1:30 die BR 01 bei der Arbeit.

Die zweite Dampflok ist eine BR 23. Wenn du Interesse an der BR 23 hast kann ich dir helfen. Die BR 23 sollte an das Original von Ben Benecke erinnern, aber sie ist keine eins zu eins Kopie.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen Udo

Edited by ust60, 24 February 2015 - 02:55 PM.





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