Brickwolf

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  1. China SL7 Aisa Express

    excellent build!
  2. BR05-003

    beautiful locomotive!
  3. [COR FB] A contest of plants - Part I

    Nice plantation! Next a Mezcal destillery?
  4. The Blue Comet

    Absolutely stunnning modelling!
  5. What a beast! I wonder what Octan needs this locomotive for? Probably for heavy switching in a classification yard, pushing freight cars over the hump. That ´s right. It is planned to send her to the Farmolis city yard. We exspect a rise in traffic there soon. I build this for Octrainber, but the locomotive is my Octan diesel locomotive slightly modified. The slug is a new build. All eight axles are driven, I put four 88002 motors into it. The slug is a true slug, because the reciever and the battery box are in the locomotive. The slug just contains the motors, cables and ballast weight. Prototype inspiration was mainly the SNCF BB 64700.
  6. What a beast! I wonder what Octan needs this locomotive for? Probably for heavy switching in a classification yard, pushing freight cars over the hump. That ´s right. It is planned to send her to the Farmolis city yard. We exspect a rise in traffic there soon. I build this for Octrainber, but the locomotive is my Octan diesel locomotive slightly modified. The slug is a new build. All eight axles are driven, I put four 88002 motors into it. The slug is a true slug, because the reciever and the battery box are in the locomotive. The slug just contains the motors, cables and ballast weight. Prototype inspiration was mainly the SNCF BB 64700.
  7. Lowlug "Seat" gondola

    I build a new seat gondola in dark bluish grey with black accents. Inspiration came from french freight cars where this pattern was quite common:
  8. The Dawn of the brick railway age: Join the Cocovia wagonway collaboration in Brethren of the Brick Seas: Link to The Cocovia wagonway: a royal collaboration You can participate in just three easy steps: 1. Go to the Brethren of the Brick Seas Subforum 2. Create your sig fig and post it in the Corrington faction thread (currently only Corrington builders can participate in the Cocovia wagonway collaboration). 3. Build and post your build in the Brethren of the Brick Seas Subforum and post a link in the Cocovia wagonway thread.
  9. 1. Yes, you have to pay those 150Db. For credit contact the Bank of Corrington (Bregir) or ask your fellow Corlanders. 2. Yes it is, but you can use all kinds of Lego rails or build your own. 3. Look in the Settlement index (Link is in the Bobs Master Index thread) for King´s Harbour. 4. Yes and Yes. But rather than 2 or more mediocre builds, go for one high quality build. Quality over Quantity! Thank you Elostirion!
  10. Yes, a 32x32 baseplate is 1024 studs. but you can use other forms as well: 16x64 by example or an irregular brick built base.
  11. Ladies and Gentlemen of the Colonies, the Cocovia wagonway company presents you with a unique investment opportunity, approved by her royal Majesty Queen Annetta herself: Profit from Corrington´s advanced science! Invest in the most modern way of transport in the world! The wagonway will be build of iron and wooden rails, on which the wagons run, greatly reducing friction. This allows for less horses, who are able to pull much bigger loads! The wagonway will connect the main settlements on Cocovia: King´s Harbour and Quinnsville. Additonally it will allow to move produce from the interior much easier to the coastal ports. Rules: Build a part of the wagonway at least 1000 studs in size. For this you are eligible for 1 share. After we reach 10.000 studs and receive the license fee for all the shares, it will be licensed as a Corrington royal commerce property. There will be 20 shares, 16 will be on the open market. Each share will have a license fee of 150 Db and will yield 50 Db per month. The Bank of Corrington will handle the distribution. You are allowed to sell your right to a share. Any type of Lego rail (blue, grey, 9V, PF) and brick built rail can be used, but it has to be L standard gauge (5-studs/40 mm nominal centreline gauge). No steam engines/locomotives, keep this within the Bobs technology level. Depict the landscape of Cocovia faithfully, that means jungle and plantations. The builds have to be dioramas with landscaping, rails on a plate are not enough. This collab is initially open only to Corrington players. It may be opened up for other factions at a later date. Post your build in an extra thread headed by [COR-CWW] and post a link in this thread. This challenge ends 27th November 2017. As long as it is the 27th November anywhere in the world you can still enter a submission. Minichallenges: The winner of each minichallenge will be eligible for one extra share. 1. The people along the wagonway Depict how the wagonway changes the lifes of the people along the track. How is the population reacting to the new way of transport? The wagonway is passing nearby the previously unexplored native settlement of Poi Poi, how do the natives react? What about the people of King´s Harbour and Quinnsville? Was there a grand opening ceremony? Show how the passenger traffic is conducted. Display an active vivid scene with at least 6 minifigs and a wagonway vehicle. The winner of this minichallenge will gain the title of Royal Conductor of Corrington. 2. Freight transport on the wagonway. The main aim of the wagonway is the improved transport of goods. How is freight transported on the wagonway? How are goods loaded and transloaded between rail and road or rail and ship? Depict goods traffic on the wagonway with the focus on stations, goods yards and piers. Display an active vivid scene with at least a building or ship or road vehicle and a wagonway vehicle. The winner of this minichallenge will gain the title of Royal Forwarder of Corrington. 3.Engineering of the wagonway: Depict the engineering feats necessary for the building of the wagonway. What facilities are necessary for the smooth operation of the wagonway? These can be by example bridges, tunnels and buildings. Display an impressive feat of engineering on the wagonway The winner of this minichallenge will gain the title of Royal Engineer of Corrington. inspiration and background Link to the thread in the Trains subforum promoting the Cocovia wagonway collab.
  12. DB 200 116

    beautiful model of a beautiful locmotive! The round front was for sure difficult to design, but you made it instantly recognizable!
  13. Western: A New Saloon

    A Western Eurobricks game would be awesome.
  14. Lowlug "Seat" gondola

    Update: I liked the build, so I build a second one: Then I build a matching stake car: Lastly I build one in maintenance-of-way yellow: