LoneBrickerSG

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  1. LoneBrickerSG

    Project M- Telehandler

    I think there was one a few years ago that came with a flatbed truck & Garbage/Recycling boxes. If I remember correctly, it was very small and not nearly as nice as yours.
  2. LoneBrickerSG

    Pride cometh before the blah blah blah EMD F7

    Your design has some things going for it. The carbody looks much better, although there are a few unnecessary vents in places. The nose... well.. This is a step backward for me. While the big curved parts can be made to lend themselves to shape an F7a nose, you lose all the modularity available via a style like the 10020 has. With your nose, I can't install the secondary light shown in two of your prototype photos. The pilot is also a step backward, I think. Also the roof fans are a little out of whack.
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    [MOC] NYC J3A Dreyfuss Hudson

    I have to admit, the tender skirting is throwing me off. Seems like it hangs too low. Other than that, I love it.
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    Double stack well cars

    Oh man, I love them.
  5. LoneBrickerSG

    Simulating BB drivers in LDD?

    Anyone have ideas for substituting BBB Medium drive wheels? I have a switcher in LDD I made a long time ago and I would like to improve it.
  6. LoneBrickerSG

    Minifig "shoes"

    Hello. I have a few minifigs I made that I would like to give shoes. I'm thinking like the Pretzel Girl CMF. I've done some searching, but I can't find anything noteworthy on how to do this. I was considering using vinyl stripe tape to get the effect. Any ideas? All of what I'm doing involves a darker color on a lighter color leg, so no crazy stuff is needed to make the color visible.
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    [LDD MOC] English Electric 800 Class Locomotive

    Funny how it looks very close to early ALCO-made diesels, between the cab shape, hood shape and trucks. I really like it.
  8. LoneBrickerSG

    2016 Lego trains

    Uh.. what? WOuldn't it be a good thing for us? Score some cheap complete train sets and such.
  9. LoneBrickerSG

    ME Models Rail Update - March 2016

    What are the silver rails you're talking about? The metal ones? (Also OT, but I don't recall if I told you that I shared images of your model #261 with the real loco's owning group, Friends of the 261, on Facebook. They loved it.)
  10. LoneBrickerSG

    ME Models Rail Update - March 2016

    If you were so inclined, you could use the brown only on sidings, stubs or abandoned rails to represent track that is infrequently used.
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    1940's Grand Central Terminal with canopy - Art Deco

    I like it. I think I'll save the plans for future use though. No need to cut any baseplates either. A couple 16x32 plates along the sides fixes that hole.
  12. Hmm... My warehouse worker brain says the dock doors are too small, but that detail aside I am VERY impressed.
  13. LoneBrickerSG

    New Zealand Railways 3' J-Class 4-8-2 Streamliner (1939)

    Don't worry too much about the 'why'. It's a slick-looking engine. I have a similar case. Normally I don't really like anything not found in the U.S., but for some reason I fell in love with the Soviet P36 4-8-4 and E-class 0-10-0 steam locomotives, both of which I wish to construct and run.
  14. LoneBrickerSG

    Long Trains.... Show 'm !

    Oh man, I love all three of those, the Northern Pacific train especially.
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    Long Trains.... Show 'm !

    Well crap, I don't have a photo of my longest train thus far. I ran three PF locomotives on 8 heavy freight cars the other night (batteries were dying, hence 3).