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  1. CP 2600 - Portugal

    Hello everyone, as announced in the last few months I want to start this month with my European tour I wanted to complete my train collection by making at least one locomotive for each main European country, not yet covered by my MOCs. Today I will start from Portugal with a replica of Sergio Batista's CP2600 I have chosen this model because I've always liked the orange livery with white stripes and the particular upside-down windscreen The model is equipped with lights and a switch hidden under the body Here there are other pictures A new locomotive from another country in the next month ...stay tuned!
  2. Hi all, I would like to show you a MOC based on an already existing creation of @afolman which can be found on internet. It is a miniature Atari 2600 - woody version with four levers - it is very simple and quite solid. I reworked a bit the Joystick and the four levers, which are made by four silver minifig screwdrivers inside a Pneumatic pipe, squeezed by the two slope bricks. I saw many similar creations on Internet but I wanted to go one step beyond, making it functional and usable. I therefore designed it to be empty inside. In this way I could accomodate a very small Raspberry PI zero (without WI-FI) in it. I only had to remove a small plastic lid from the little motherboard (the lid can be put on again without problems). The Mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter was modified to reduce its size, but now I have a dedicated Mini-HDMI to HDMI cable which is surely nicer. Once installed the RetroPie distribution, and inserted all the roms...pardon...original cartridge images - I can bring my small 2600 everywhere! Thanks to @afolman for the inspiration. I hope you like it