MOCs: Selection of GWR Carriages
Posted 29 April 2012 - 07:05 PM
These will form part of a heavy 8 carriage rake behind my Castle Class, all 7 studs wide as is most of my stock now.
GWR working Royal Mail TPO Carriage
Basically a re-make of this
Video of it working
GWR Toplight 3rd Brake Carriage
GWR Toplight Brake Carriage
Its going to be a busy week with trying to get stuff finished and doing the show. Hope to see some of you there
Posted 29 April 2012 - 07:48 PM
Just one thing is for sure - it is now time to 7 or 8 wide everything else I have - these are just stunning. The build to allow tiles for the outside must be interesting to look at (inside) - is there still space for two rows of parallel seats?
Posted 30 April 2012 - 12:03 PM
Posted 30 April 2012 - 05:17 PM
have been really wonderful, I would also like behind my steam locomotive, my respect for your design
Best regards Udo
And Videos http://www.youtube.c.../ust1960/videos
Posted 04 May 2012 - 02:46 PM
Bringing the parts from the BrickLink order
LEGO for the rich, LEGO for the poor
The shop on the net and the bloke next door
Sorry, those coaches just remind me of the old Night Mail documentary from 1936. I think those coaches are splendid. Keep on brickin'!
Posted 10 May 2012 - 06:02 PM
I think there will be a complete 8 car rake of the GWR Toplights within the next few months, as there are so many nice variants of them to form a nice looking train.
"roamingstudio" The "snot" tiles are really only on sections of the carriages that do not have seats in-between them, so they can be built in a variety of different ways / techniques.
However, I have not yet put seats inside the toplight carriages, but I have placed minifigs alternate to each other at every other window which gives the impression of parallel seating and that worked well enough, although I preffer to leave the carriages empty for running at shows due to weight.
I think parallel seats may be a problem with these though,.....not due to the tiles, but due to the way the 2x4 curved slopes that form the tumblehome shape of the sides are built. I tend to build these with a few plates inside them so the carriages dont"squeeze" inwards when you pick them up (I like them to be sturdy), but I'm sure built differently that parallel seating would be possible, especially if using the new brackets that are due out
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