Feuer Zug

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  1. Feuer Zug

    MOC: T44 diesel locomotive PuP

    Nice pair of locomotives. The use of the new PUP system makes them even more fun.
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    German style Bahnhof

    This bahnhof (train station) is based on a number of hauptbahnhof (main stations) throughout Germany. It also uses parts from 60050, but not much. The major inspirations are Bremen and Frankfurt am Main. It has three tracks for trains with an overhead bridge to gain access to 2 & 3. Signals are at the ends of the platforms for tracks 1 & 2. As seen from the internal view, the shopkeeper and the b├Ąckerei are present, but additional areas have been added. A ticket agent, locker area, and WC are new. The station has plenty of windows, allowing for good lighting as seen when illuminated from inside.
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    10017 Hopper

    I've seen something similar on a meter gauge steam railway in Nordrhein-Westfalen. It's only got one side dump, but is rather similar still. I swear I've seen the bigger version as well, but can't find any photos I might have taken of them.
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    Passenger wagons from Spain

    Good looking Spanish passenger train.
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    Train Shed & Layout

    I got the 3 way switch from TrixBrix and couldn't really think of what to do with it until I thought about building an engine shed. Using spare parts from lots of garage & trunk sale purchases, I came up with the building shown below. It has a 48x60 stud footprint. It encompasses 3 bays, with one being a full run through. The middle bay is long enough to hold the Emerald Night and tender, barely. The small bay can hold a diesel engine on a normal 28 stud long frame. In the machine shop section, there is a hydraulic press, band saw, and lathe (all based on Brick Mania designs) as well as my own drill press. Storage and other parts can be found around the train shed, to include an oxy-acetelyne setup and wheeled toolbox. The middle track has an overhead gantry crane as well. This is the layout I currently have. It consists of a diverse section of industry, town, and other elements. There are 4 passenger stations including the infamous Platform 9 3/4 (Upper middle behind the Town Hall). One station is based on the American midwest (upper right corner). It lights up with a battery powered LED setup in the roof. The Emerald Night with a second class coach MOC is taking on water. The German styled Haupbahnhof is in the lower left and has an ICE and RB on Gleis 1 & 2. A platform station is located to the right of the hauptbahnhof is generic enough that it could be anywhere. The newest passenger train is stopping there. Between the two is a yard with a car loading facility for the autorack. There are two intermodal facilities in the upper section along with a small grain elevator and warehouse.
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    [MOC] Southern Pacific 4-10-2

    You've captured the Southern Pacific class perfectly. Great work, can't wait to see it hauling some tonnage.
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    MOC - Train Control Station

    Good looking station.
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    1900's steam loco and cars

    Great looking train. All the details you've put in make it stand out as a period prototype. I prefer the windows with the 1x1 bricks between them.
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    MOC: Gingerbread Express

    This is a wonderful Christmas themed train. So delectable and yet functional. Great work. I'd love to see the station it pulls into. And I hope there's not a wicked witch as the station master.
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    Coming soon, a whole fleet of ES44's

    Nice looking render of the ES44. The radiator section looks good.
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    [MOC] Emerald 4-Wide Train

    It's so cute. And since it carries minifigs, it would look perfect at a zoo or similar place.
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    DOT-111 tank cars

    It's not the DeKalb seed logo, but upon checking, rather similar. It's actually based on the logo used in 7636 Combine Harvester.
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    [MOC] CSX SD70ACe

    Good looking locomotive.
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    O-my, get a load of this MOC

    Great work merging O and L gauge. The train looks great on the tracks and doesn't seem out of place with the rest. The strategic use of LEGO here and there adds to it, giving a nice layout the combines both while staying pleasing to the eyes. Only the slight increase in size and studs on the caboose give the LEGO away which is neat.
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    GFLUG Tampa Show Coverage

    Nice layout. I like the Brightline train. It looks sharp.