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I'm trying to drag a very good builder of trains to EB and everything related to railway construction, pavlo, which lives in the Russian Lego forum. I obtained permission from him, I will now publish his works here. They are valuable in that they cover a diverse railroad park of the USSR / Russia, the work is done in the same style and at different scales (in 6, 8 and 10 widths), have an LDD file, and those who wish can collect these, modelism in the part of railway. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks in advance.

First of all, a picture with several of his works. Gradually I will replenish this topic with new models from pavlo

 

 

                                   

 

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Those models look great! If you have a link to a larger gallery that would be interesting too.

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9 hours ago, zephyr1934 said:

Those models look great! If you have a link to a larger gallery that would be interesting too.

 

6 hours ago, deraven said:

Very nice!  Would love to see more of them!  :classic:

 

Thank you so much. All works of Pavlo will be presented in detail.( I apologize for the translator Google.)

 

I waited for the permission of the author and received it. Based on respect for his great talent. I invite all interested to leave comments. Comments of the author are saved from the first person. Perhaps someday, I will persuade him to join this forum, having overcome his inertia.

Let's start with a beautiful highly detailed model of a passenger all-metal car with a width of 10 pins.

 

 

 

author:  pavlo 
model:  compartment CMV  - all-metal wagon common in the USSR. 
The model is not motorized. 
A model with a width of 10 pins  
The model is created in the program LEGO Digital Designer.

 

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Yes! Yes! Yes! You are absolutely right! 

The model of the rolling stock with a width of 10 pins is a monster that can stand on the shelf beautifully, but it is unlikely that ever it will go on the train ...  

But I always wanted to try to make a train or at least a trailer on this scale, especially since such a scale gives an excellent opportunity to make a believable interior, well, that's what happened. 

Unfortunately, it was not possible to make a full set of cars (reserved seat, sedentary, postal, luggage, restaurant) (there was not enough time or desire), but the compartment one is certainly not perfect, but it is worthy to be put on public trial ... 

 

 

Meet the model of the compartment CMV - 2915 parts: 

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TSMV, view from the non-brake end of the car


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kind of half-turn, old car - the handrails were not yet sunk into the wall

 

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side view from the side of the compartment

 

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side view from the side of the aisle

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99545.png

 

view from the brake end of the car, the conductor gives the driver a signal of readiness for departure

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99546.png

 

kind of half-turn on the side of the passage

 

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the kind of half-turn on the top from the side of the compartment, judging by the roof equipment - this car without air conditioning

 

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for access inside the roof is removed ...

 

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.. part of the side wall from the side of the compartment ...

 

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and a part of the wall on the side of the passage

 

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view from below to the brake line, receiver, etc.

 

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Underneath are also boxes with batteries that feed the on-board network of the car in the parking lot

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99557.png

 

on the run the power supply of the car and charging of the batteries is carried out from the generator, the rotation of which is transmitted through the belts from the wheel pair

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99560.png

 

The aluminum car is by itself much stronger than the wooden car, but it can not do without a spinal beam

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99558.png

 

car wagon, suspension spring with telescopic shock absorbers, on each wheel brake shoes

 

 

 

 

As they say "the theater begins with a hanger", and the car from the vestibule:

 

 

 

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usually everyone gets into the car through the door of the vestibule, located from the brake end of the car, where the stove, titanium and the compartment of the conductors ..

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99552.png

 

when landing from a high platform, open the door ...

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99553.png

 

and when landing from a low platform, we also raise the platform

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99555.png

 

You can also get into the car from the next through the transitional platform and the front door of the car ...

 

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99554.png

 

We lower the transition platform, open the door and welcome, right at the stop-tap course, to the right of the door to the corridor

 

 

Well, enough to stamp around the car, let's go already look at the interior. 

Despite the width of the car at 10 pins, much could not be realized:  
- there is no handbrake in the tambour  
- there is no heating system,  
- doors in the toilets do not open ...  
But even with all the shortcomings the interior turned out to be very detailed and believable:

 

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through the door we get from the vestibule into the corridor ...

 

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closing the entrance door we find the door to the toilet, next to her fire extinguisher, a tap with drinking water, to the right of the door to the service compartment, opposite the titanium ...

 

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in the toilet toilet, washbasin, mirror, in the corner a cabinet with pipes and manometers ...

 

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in the office compartment of the conductor the control panel of the power supply of the car, dish washer, above it a shelf with cups, under the seat a capacious locker ...

 

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a long passage, the floor is covered with a carpet, along the windows of the rail ...

 

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in the aisle 10 sliding doors: 9 in the passenger compartment (to the left of each plate with the number) and one double compartment for the rest of the conductors ...

 

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in each compartment are placed in two tiers of soft seats, each passenger has an individual lamp, above the window cornice, above the door a niche for luggage ...

ldd-kupeynyy-vagon-sssr-v-10ti_99573.png

 

at the window table, the upper seats rise for a person slightly taller than the average is not very comfortable to sit resting his head under the lower shelves of the lockers.

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at the end of the passage is the same as at the beginning of the transparent door that leads to the small corridor, there is another fire extinguisher and toilet in it.

 

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The whistle of the locomotive whistled, the brakes creaked, the train started and slowly left the station under the measured knock of the wheels. 

 

 

For comparison, a few photos of the original

 

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Here is the LDD file, courtesy and completely free of charge provided by the author.

 

LDD: kupeynyyvagonsssr.lxf 

(compartment all-metal car of the USSR)

 

 

Edited by Nemo57

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Impressive, so many details. And 10w looks really so much better than 6w or 8w on L-gauge. 

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Magnificent!!! :wub:

Of all those details, the sliding doors for the compartment are my favourite ones. Incredible.
Are there plans to build this beauty in real bricks? I'm asking because I fear it would then be necessary to reinforce the wagon's bottom, as it might bend under its own weight.

Btw - I always thought that all Russian railway vehicles had only a single centre buffer coupling (like the locomotive in the photo). I'm amazed to see that the wagon actually has side buffers, too.

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2 hours ago, igordost said:

Impressive, so many details. And 10w looks really so much better than 6w or 8w on L-gauge. 

Thank you. There is no limit to perfection, I guess :classic:. I think that this small model of the tramway from Pavlo is quite recognizable and looks detailed, despite the small width (details will be later).

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24 minutes ago, Tenderlok said:

Magnificent!!! :wub:

Of all those details, the sliding doors for the compartment are my favourite ones. Incredible.
Are there plans to build this beauty in real bricks? I'm asking because I fear it would then be necessary to reinforce the wagon's bottom, as it might bend under its own weight.

Btw - I always thought that all Russian railway vehicles had only a single centre buffer coupling (like the locomotive in the photo). I'm amazed to see that the wagon actually has side buffers, too.

Thank you very much for your feedback. The author of the pavlo does not plan to assemble such a huge car with a length of exactly 100 pins, so the problem of reinforcing the stiffness of the car will fall on the shoulders of those interested in creating this virtual model in cubes. It is obvious that not everyone can realize such big models in reality, but I think that this fact is personally known to you in the affirmative manner of creating super detailed models of the German rolling train..:laugh:
Personally, I plan to assemble such cars on a smaller scale with a width of 6 pins, using a kindly designed model of the same all-metal wagon from the pavlo. (by the way, this is pro-formally obtained by a length of 50 pins and two base boards with a length of 24 pins are used, which is very convenient). When I gather, I will necessarily share photos with forum users.

 

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Oh wow, the green passenger car is amazing, one of the better interiors I've seen (it is amazing what a good builder can do in 10 wide). That is also the first MOC I've seen with accurate trap doors for the end stairs on the car (they were common on US passenger cars from 1930-1980).

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WOW!  Even more impressive seeing the interiors!  Just fantastic.  Thank you so much for sharing more detail.  :sweet:

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On 07.10.2017 at 4:16 AM, zephyr1934 said:

Oh wow, the green passenger car is amazing, one of the better interiors I've seen (it is amazing what a good builder can do in 10 wide). That is also the first MOC I've seen with accurate trap doors for the end stairs on the car (they were common on US passenger cars from 1930-1980).

 

On 07.10.2017 at 4:19 AM, deraven said:

WOW!  Even more impressive seeing the interiors!  Just fantastic.  Thank you so much for sharing more detail.  :sweet:

 

On 07.10.2017 at 12:39 PM, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

Wow, amazing CAD files and so many details on that large wagon! :thumbup:

 

 

Thank you very much for your feedback. The author reads them and is immensely grateful for his criticism and wishes. Maybe I, someday, persuade him to join the wonderful community of train lovers on this forum.

 

TEP70 - teploploz with electric drive of the driving wheels of the passenger. 

 

Personally, I believe that this is a unique model in terms of the degree of similarity and use of the traditional style of construction in Lego. Excellent work from Pavlo! !! 

In the vast expanses of our homeland there are still a lot of non-electrified railways, and when traveling on them you will certainly meet the hero of this narrative, I will say more, it is very likely that he or his modernized version will drive the train you are eating. 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105134.pn 
TEP70

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105135.pn 
side view

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105136.pn 
view from above

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105137.pn 
cab (on the locomotive two identical cabins)

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105138.pn 
for access inside the part of the roof is removed, the walls of the cabin from the inside are made with traditional green

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105139.pn 
inside, two figures are freely flowered, the handle of the thrust controller as on TEP60 - between the seats (the "handlebar" TEP70 does not fit on the panel)

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105140.pn 
for access to the battery pack, a fragment of the roof is removed (a large WB is lost in the womb of this mastodon, and I completely forgot the signal receiver inside ...)

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105141.pn 
to fix the battery pack made a kind of easily removable frame

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105142.pn 
truck

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105143.pn 
trolley, side view

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105144.pn 
automatic coupler and windrower, unlike the original, do not attach to the frame, but to the kilevka

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105145.pn 
The third axis is mounted on the hinge, which allows the trolley to take steep Legian radii

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105146.pn

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105147.pn

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105148.pn

On the recommendation of  Nemo 57cs___V34  extended the handrails, and at the same time repainted the model in the more common colors for LEGO colors, but in accordance with the coloring of real locomotives:

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105175.pn

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105176.pn

Passage of turns: the  
additional axis of the trolley is installed closer to the center of the locomotive, thus it turns out that the axis of rotation of the trolley is in the middle of the trolley, departures at the same time are minimal ...

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105364.pn 
view from the outside of the turn

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105365.pn 
view inside the turn

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105366.pn 
front view

Thank you for attention! 
Until next time! 
LDD: tep70v111.lxf (model from cubes of common (red and gray) colors)  LDD: tep70v110.lxf (model painted in realistic but rare for cubes of LEGO color)  

 
 

 

Here is a photo in comparison with the original

 

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105134.pn  1big.jpg

 

 

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105135.pn  tep70_0219_0415a.jpg

 

 

 

And here is my attempt to build TEP-70 in width 6 (we built it simultaneously with Pavlo, in comparison, we can immediately see how much better the scale is at 8 than 6. Plus, Pavlo's excellent ability to build on 8. And on 6 width it builds well very cool.) Very stylish. As they say, feel the difference !!!  image.png.1c5c0cb8ff6793546de31a9d0d07f63b.png

 

 proportions.

lokomotiv-tep-70_111007.jpglokomotiv-tep-70_111010.jpgoriginal

ldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105134.pnldd-passazhirskiy-magistralnyy_105135.pn Pavlo

lokomotiv-tep-70_110983.jpglokomotiv-tep-70_110987.jpgNemo57

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Truly stunning models, that capture the shape of the originals very well. I especially like the roof detailing. Even if it does look a bit odd negotiating curves, at least it can get round them!

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