Brickviller V2

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  1. Yeah it does influence my purchase desicion. Episode 8 & 9 (and probaly 10), together with Rebels are all a no-go for me. The designs of the vehicles are just not for me I think. I did like the Solo and Rogue one movies a bit better, and I liked those designs more so I bought a few sets. I really really hope the Mandolorian is any good..
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    LEGO Star Wars 2019 Set Discussion - READ FIRST POST!!!

    Ofcourse everything is relative, but I don't think the new Yoda is that appaling. Not that I would buy it, since I'm not into those figures but I think they did their best to make it look like an actual Yoda. The only thing that really has my attention is the new Supreme Leader Kylo Ren's Shuttle. I missed out on the older one (on purpose) but I do kinda dig the overal design and the fact they actually made it accurate now makes it very tempting to buy it. The figures are cool too, and I hope we get a battlepack that includes those Sith troopers (and hopefully a jetpack trooper too). The rest of the wave is a little meh to me. Nothing really new, just improvements and color changes, which kinda sums up most of the ST for me.
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    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    Yeah, looking at the next quarter line-up of a certain Chinese brick producer it does look like Lego gets more cautious with preliminary pictures for good reasons... Still, if it's anything like the above example I would be quite happy
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    Train MOCs and Builders - Who/What is Your Inspiration?

    My inspiration comes from a lot of builders (mostly on Flickr), but for my latest building I was inspired by Feanor-001´s train station: Which resulted in my own train station:
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    7755 With led lights

    Nicely done! As a kid I loved drooling over the pictures of this train, with these lights it's even more impressive! I'm a conformist!
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    Exxon Version of 6371

    Indeed an interesting find. I do however wonder why it was never released though.
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    Homemade Road Plates

    These look really nice, and they almost look like the real things. It seems like a really good alternative to the ones Lego sells, especially since they combined the kind of roads (t-junction with curve and the crossing with straight road) which is not my favorite strategy for these kind of things. Are you planning to create more custom prints for these? Like a bicycle or bus lane?
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    [MOC] Central Station

    Have seen the station in the link provided in your first post. I really like it and it seems tot be very fitting with a southern European setting. Have you also build it yourself in real life?
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    Lego technic yellow train bridge from 1993 ad

    Years ago I saw that bridge in the add and dreamed of making it. By the time I had enough pieces I lost the add without a copy. Its really nice to see someone else really recreating it. Here's my attempt:
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    2018 Lego Trains

    Am I the only one bothered by the fact we 'again' get a new system? Because I'm kinda bothered by it, because that would mean we get less spare parts for the current PF in the future, just like what happened to 9V.... I would have prefered it if they just kept the current system and expanded it a bit since I think it's near perfect. But maybe the new system is even better, well, time will tell
  11. Cool, those pictures of your childhood layout look really nice. Wish I had that much space as a kid Hopefully you'll have enough room in the future to build all those boxes (once again)!
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    Lego Trains getting lighter?

    Hi everyone, I recently was holding my Horizon express train and noticed something. The cars (so not the engine) were very light, even so if I didn't know better, would think there weren't a lot of pieces involved. I had the 2006 High speed passenger train 7897 and noticed also that the car was very, very light. Same with the other two recent passenger trains, and the passenger car from the Emerald Night. On the other hand, as a kid a friend of mine had some cars of the Santa Fe Super Chief, and they were kinda heavy (in my memory that is) compared to my own 7897. Looking up the instructions of some of the older trains I also noticed it almost seems more pieces were involved. I'm kinda sad by this, since I think the cars of a train are just as important as the main engine of it. So my question is, does anyone who owns several trains of several eras also notice the difference in wheigt between the passenger cars? And what does that mean for you?
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    2018 Lego Trains

    I disagree, in the way that I meant it is just another two or three piece front for a high speed passenger train, just like the last one. I was hoping more for a regional train concept, like the passenger train from 2010 with a brick build nose. Not that I'm complaining though, because I kinda like the way they handled the colors with this one.
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    2018 Lego Trains

    Having seen the pictures of the new passenger train, my opninion about it is kinda mixed. On one hand I really, really like it that Lego finnaly is using a train color schemes which aren't mostly red and white, or white and red. But on the other, it just feels as a redesigned version of the current passenger train. But then again, most high speed passenger trains here in Europe kinda look alike in a way. On a last note, I think kids will love it.
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    2018 Lego Trains

    Wait, what? Where would one find such a video