garethjellis

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About garethjellis

  • Birthday 05/16/1973

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    Georgetown, TX
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  1. garethjellis

    Show me your LEGO Train Diorama/Layout!

    This is at a friends house
  2. I have been scouring the interwebs to see if any one had hacked a wire to switch a relay on and off, to switch external periferals, Has any one done this?
  3. garethjellis

    New Hogwarts Express

    do you have a link to this British Bricks model?
  4. garethjellis

    [MOC] A4 Mallard - Lego Ideas

    Very Nice!
  5. garethjellis

    LEGO LMS 4F

    This looks lovley, would like to see it in 8 wide
  6. This is a great little gbc!
  7. garethjellis

    Funny Freight

    Fantastic!
  8. garethjellis

    moc Stephensons Rocket

    lovely!
  9. garethjellis

    Virginian 2-8-8-8-4 Triplex (Version 4)

    Fantastic!!
  10. garethjellis

    Miles in L-Gauge

    You are correct, this is what happens when you trust the interwebs! https://feetmm.com/height/4-feet-and-8.5-inches-to-mm
  11. garethjellis

    Miles in L-Gauge

    It depends what scale or gauge you want to go with, using track gauge only 1 brick width = 8mm, Lego track is 6 bricks wide = 48mm Standard track gauge is 4' 8.5" = 1241mm This gives a scale of 1:26 So.@ 1:26..1202 feet would = 1991 studs, Track is 16 studs long. so you would need 124 track sections.