Feuer Zug

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    Nord Rhine-Westphalia

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    Deutschland

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  1. MOC - 12V DB BR78

    12v lives! Your MOC looks very period, yet fresh. It fits well with the style of the time then and could still turn heads today. Good work.
  2. Santa Fe Super Chief MOC

    Great work on a classic EMD model. You've captured it.
  3. Union Pacific SD70ACe - 7 Wide, PFX Brick /w sound

    Great work on your SC70ACe.
  4. Santa train delivery

    All, this setup is a Frankenstein creation since I acquired a huge assortment of old blue 12v stuff earlier this year at a trunk sale. I got a pair of transformers, a few motors (and one 4.5v with 2 battery packs), a 90 degree cross, a pair of switches, and enough track to build a long setup. I started in LEGO trains after the 9v era, so I have only known Power Functions. I wanted my Christmas train to run without chewing through batteries, so I converted it to a 4-4-0 setup with the 12v motor in a longer tender. Besides my winter setup, I have been working on some rolling stock for my SD70ACe. I've built a pair of coal hoppers, a covered grain hopper, a oil car, and a "seat" gondola (not pictured). I am now working on a US style autorack. All this is in addition to my 5 TTX well cars. With the pair of L motors, it can pull 8-10 MOC cars with little problem. It's slow, but a hauler. Now, as requested, detailed pictures of my coal hopper.
  5. Santa train delivery

    A Union Pacific SD70-ACe delivers a unit coal train of Powder River's finest to Santa on Christmas Eve in time for next day deliver to all the bad boys and girl's stockings.
  6. A great set of updates. I am enjoying learning about the old history of this hobby. It also helps me when I come across pieces that I have no idea what their function is/was.
  7. TTX Articulated Intermodal Spine Car

    Nicely done rake of spine cars. You have a good mix of detail and I understand the limitations based on my own well cars. Keep it up.
  8. [MOC] Unmanned trains

    Oooh, nice trainsets. Lots of fun and futuristic designs.
  9. W&LE GP-35 Highnose #2662 & #105 in 6 Wide

    Nice looking pair of Geeps. The tall grasses give the idea of a rarely used railroad here.
  10. New LEGO Train Book "LEGO Eisenbahn"

    I have received my copy and appreciate the effort put into it. The first part is a good primer for almost anybody working with LEGO and sort of reminds me of the Master Builder Academy, but condensed into the essentials. The history section is nice and allows people to see where LEGO trains have come from and identify various sets and parts from the 60's on. The part where various techniques for building trains is a boon to all and exceptionally detailed. I love how it's accomplished in the old school method of instructions. All told, an excellent work.
  11. It's multitrack drifting!

    Sweeeeeeet!
  12. BR05-003

    You've got a good locomotive there. Good amounts of detail and the lights give it a little extra.
  13. Blimey, that's a fantastic prototype. Every detail is well planned and executed. The frame, smoke box, Everything! You have built a great MOC and should be proud.
  14. [MOC] Miscellaneous Train Projects

    Good work on upgrading this to an EMU. It looks nice.
  15. Eagle

    Sweet build. It captures the essence of the eagle well.