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  1. Pdaitabird

    Lego train 80's layout with all 12V trains

    Now that's an awesome layout! It's giving me nostalgia for the 80s and I wasn't even alive then!
  2. Pdaitabird

    [MOC] Chilean "Gondola Carril T-1024" in 1:22.5 scale

    What a charming model! I like the detailing around the front and the overall shaping. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Pdaitabird

    [moc] Narrow gauge 0-4-0 logger

    Nice little loco! It would look right at home in a logging camp!
  4. Pdaitabird

    Uaai 839 Heavy duty wagon

    Wow...the MOC alone would be impressive. The fact that it can negotiate standard curves is even more so!
  5. Pdaitabird

    HELP! ! !

    You will need to use a third-party image hosting site, such as Flickr, Imgur, or Brickshelf. The 10kb that you can upload to Eurobricks is only for one small image to use as your avatar.
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    [MOC] Egger Bahn narrow gauge steam railmotor

    Such a neat little railcar! I'm amazed that you were able to power it in such a compact way. Great work!
  7. Pdaitabird

    I Claim this Planet for the King of Spain!

    @icm Nice MOD! I like how you've included an interior!
  8. Pdaitabird

    I Claim this Planet for the King of Spain!

    That's the official name of the ship now! Thanks! As @deraven noticed, she's partly based on the Razor Crest. Just more pirate-esque. Thank you! I only have the old ship hull pieces in white/blue. I don't think they were ever made in yellow, but I could be wrong. Ha - "Astro-conquístadores!"
  9. Columbus Day - 2492 AD
  10. Pdaitabird

    Looking for constructive criticisms please

    Another thing to consider: there are often multiple variants of a given part. If any of the expensive parts are older variants, switching to the one currently (or most recently) in production can reduce the cost a good bit.
  11. Pdaitabird

    [MOC] Russian Orthodox Church in Vilnius

    Great work - I like the different techniques you've used for the onion domes and arches.
  12. Pdaitabird

    What are you listening to?

  13. Pdaitabird

    The Love/Hate stage of a layout/build

    @Brandon Pea Thanks!
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    The Love/Hate stage of a layout/build

    For me, the love/hate stage is tearing down and rebuilding scenery. I rebuild my layout every few months or so, with two major constraints: 1. The layout must fit on a 4' x 4' piece of plywood, and 2. My limited track supply precludes all but the simplest configurations. Here's the current layout. About 80% of the track is ballasted so far.