Man with a hat

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  1. Oh those good old days... But I am also curious in the development of the system at that time. I must say that back then also "normal" model railroad trains and accessories were available in abundance. I remember complete sections filled with these in my toys stores. But now... Hardly any train to see. So it was also typical of that time. @LEGO Train 12 Volts Don't make me even more jealous than I already am.
  2. TOP MOC Trains on HispaBrickMagazine

    Thanks for showing these. They are all amazing works of art.
  3. [MOC] Taiping Lake Garden

    Beautiful. Especially all those ovehanging trees.And what an abundance of details.
  4. [MOC] Umbauwagen 3yg

    Very nice work. The coaches look really nice. And that mechanism is briliant!. It not only works. It looks great as well.
  5. Building 7777

    Oh my!. That's a childhood dream come true. I always wanted to build those bridges (never got very far with what I got then). And that steam engine.
  6. MOC - Modular Gas Station

    Oh, that's nice. I like that billboard with that huge tire and battery. Simple but very impressive!
  7. [MOC] Winter Village Woodcarver

    Beautiful! Love the carriage. And the ice sculptures are a great idea!
  8. [MOC] 'Bricks Cross' - Train Station

    Looks really nice. I would like to see the complete building to get a better overview (and in brick of course )
  9. Train pieces

    I agree. I think the easiest way to get onto LEGO trains is to start with what is widely available. I don't know if getting all the "essential" pieces separately would work if you don't really know what you want. And using the current systems avoids having to search for and pay too much for parts. With the magnets. Get the cheapest, so the current ones, if you want to use them. So it is good that you choose for PF now. 9V is getting more expensive by the day and eventually not a lot will be available if at all. It would be a huge investment these days to start with that. And as @JopieK said. Before you start of buying parts that may be useful, try LDD (LEGO Digital Designer), so you see what part you need.
  10. [MOC]Ruins of St. Paul's Church & The Porta de Santiago.

    Impressive build. The walls of the ruins of the church are really nicely done.
  11. MOC: And Then There Were None

    Oh my. The interior is absolutely amazing! Great building and story as well. Love Agatha Christie!
  12. New Fire Station and MOCs

    Oh wow. This is NOT yet another fire station. This is really great. The helicopter is awesome!
  13. 2017 Lego Trains

    I agree with others. This is really a good train station. Of course you can always argue about size. But how it looks is how you would expect it to look. I also like that bus a lot.
  14. Nice. The design of the mallard looks really great. Great job with a very nice clean look in 6-wide. I really like that you managed to cover the big wheels a little bit. And the shapes of the "Flying Sausage" look good as well.