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Best place to buy MOC trains?

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On 2/20/2019 at 5:57 AM, supertruper1988 said:

Are you after a certain prototype? I know there is a guy called "Bricks Northwest" on bricklink that does US based models and there are a bunch others that do instructions for European prototypes but I don't know of any that are complete sets. 

I've had the pleasure of meeting this guy and buying one of his trains, he makes some great stuff. 

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Lots of free building instructions with part lists here, mostly Danish locomotives and rolling stock :classic:

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In theory, I am totally against the idea pre-built sets.

That said, I'm totally buying a complete build (401k be damned) after day 5 of my Powered-Up tram/trolley follies.  :head_back:  Thanks for the links, everyone, and to the OP Cosmik42, for asking something that proved invaluable to me.  Seriously.

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On 10/5/2019 at 10:11 PM, Goldenmasamune said:

I bought another train from bricks northwest at brick con today

Can we see it?

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Very nice looking UP Big Boy, but I bet that wasn't cheap.

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Thanks everyone! I'm always on the lookout for instructions so appreciate any further suggestions.

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5 hours ago, Randolph said:

Thanks everyone! I'm always on the lookout for instructions so appreciate any further suggestions.

I don’t see BrickTrainDepot.com been suggested. It’s an obvious pick for high-quality plans. Recommend.

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On 10/2/2019 at 5:35 PM, dtomsen said:

Lots of free building instructions with part lists here, mostly Danish locomotives and rolling stock :classic:

Thanks for this... the Tram under "Electric" hits the spot.  A little wide, but for free instructions, can't complain...  in fact, it warrants a donation.

Habricks has what I'd really like, but they're always out of stock.

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