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Captain K.

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  • Birthday 11/07/77

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    http://www.startrekfilmer.de/Lego/indexframe.html
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    Germany
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  1. Hello, here are some pictures of our Lego train layout and more, at our last exhibition from 17. to 19. October 2014 at Zwickau (Germany). Follow the link to the pictures: http://www.afols-lau.../zwickau-1.html I hope you like the images and the layout. Sven
  2. MOC: ABe 4/12 II

    Nice model, great job! I like it! Sven
  3. 1920s German museum train

    There are Big Ben Bricks medium drivers. In the tender of the locomotive a 9V Motor is installed. I hope it helps. Sven
  4. FS Class E 656 Caiman

    I find no words... its Fantastic, really good work! Sven
  5. 1920s German museum train

    Thank you for your Honorable words. I am very pleased that you like the train! Yes, the middle axle can move freely. Only the two outer axles are mounted firmly and rotate. Sven
  6. 1920s German museum train

    Hello, I want you to meet my 1920s German museum train. The steam locomotive is based on the German BR89 (T3). This is a three-axle passenger car, 2nd class. And that's a two-axle passenger cars, fourth class. More pictures can be found at the following link: http://lego.startrek...de/der-zug.html I hope the train like it. Sven K (Capt. K)
  7. MOD: Recent updates to some of my MOC's

    Looks very nice, great job! Sven (Capt K.)
  8. MOC, tamping machine 08-275/3S

    Hello, many thanks to all! I am glad that you like it. @ dr_spock the model has no function! It is a exhibition model, only to watch. Sven (Capt. K)
  9. MOC, tamping machine 08-275/3S

    Hello, I would like to introduce you to my new project. It is a model of a tamping machine ( 08-275 Unimat 3S ) from plasser & theurer. I hope you like it. More pictures can be seen here: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=535751 enjoy it! Sven (Capt. K)
  10. MOC: Plasser & Theurer AFM 2000 V3.0

    Thanks, I am glad that you like it. No I have not installed a motor. The model is too long for the tight Lego curves. Sven (Capt. K)
  11. Hello, I have updated my Plasser & Theurer AFM 2000 (Automatic Track Finishing Machine. Combined stabilising and profiling machine.) It is now the third version. Compare this to the first version from 2005: http://www.brickshel...sion1/bild3.jpg And here is the new third version: More pictures are here: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=286885 Enjoy the pictures. Sven (Capt. K) please don't post picture over 1000.pxl in width!
  12. MOC, Motor Tower Car MTW100.083/1

    Once again thank you all! I also have this catalog, it is really very helpful when I building these Permanent Way machines. Sven (Capt. K.)
  13. MOC, Motor Tower Car MTW100.083/1

    Hello, @ all: Thank you very much! I am glad that you like my MOC. Unfortunately I have no picture of the real machine. But for comparison, here is a picture of a HO (1:87) model of Kibri. Sven (Capt. K.)
  14. Hello, I want to show you my latest model. It is a Motor Tower Car "MTW 100.083/1" from Plasser & Theurer with a tool and material car. It is a machine for installation, maintenance and inspection of catenary. The model is built in 8wide and powered with two 9V motors. Some pictures from the model machine: And a picture with the tool and material car. More pictures can you find on Brickshelf: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=522994 I hope you like it! Sven (Capt. K.)
  15. Layout: Train Layout of Patrick

    Wow, very nice railroad buildings and a lot of details. I like it so much! Sven (Captain K)