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Murdoch17 posted a topic in LEGO TownThis model was part of a recreation of the not-yet-released set 10259 (Winter Village Train Station) by user @JopieK (many thanks to him for the file!) over on this post seen here. I added some of my own touches, including a second level with spiral staircase and a change from yellow to blue for the color scheme. The rear of the bus features a slightly hidden spare tire behind the stairs. The model has a opening entry / exit door at the front of the bus and each level comes off individually. The staircase is attached at two points: a four-stud connection to the second level, and a single stud to the lower level. The staircase comes off easily when needed, but is sturdy enough not to fall off at the wrong time. As usual, Comments, Questions and Complaints are always welcome!
Hi all, this week I started making a basic bus to display with my modulars. I based it on the buses used in Sydney as the livery is nice and easy to replicate and since I grew up there I'm used to seeing them around. My original MOC Although I haven't had a chance to build it yet, I also designed an articulated bus ( or 'bendy bus' as I called it when I was younger) as they are a common sight around the city. Articulated MOC
One of my recent projects included a rail vehicle as a part of public transport system in the city center. The vehicle is made of two units. Every unit has its own drive and can operate independently. However, more units can be coupled together during peak hours. Side view The doors open on both sides. The roof is removed here to see what is inside, otherwise it is not detachable. The unit has driving controls on both sides of the car and seats for passengers, with some more room for standing passengers near the doors. Each car is 31 studs long, 6 studs wide and 6 2/3 bricks tall while the pantograph reaches the height of 9 2/3 bricks in working position. The vehichle is not very playable though, not being particularly sturdy due to its low height. The roof is actually the strongest element that keeps everything connected.