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  1. This is my LDD Lego Version of the LBSCR 48 foot Bogie Coach which was first introduced on the LBSCR in 1903 / 1904, built in June 1903 at Brighton in the uk, by the mid 1930's the were being converted from 48ft to 58ft coaches, however some were sold to people to use as homes, storage and etc or being scrapped to surplus requirement, so not many examples have survived.However in 1989 one lucky surviving example was found at West Chiltington in 1989 by the Bluebell Railway, where it had stood since 1931, used as a domestic dwelling and latterly as an aviary! It survived in relatively good condition having been placed on a good base, and with a roof covering it completely, the LBSCR 48Ft Bogie Coach was restored and returned to service in 1999 and had a overhaul in 2010 - 2012 where the doors were replaced, the steam heating upgraded and the wheels re-tyred, The roof can be removed to remove or add Lego Minifigures as passengers. Front view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach . View of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach, showing one of the Lego Minifigures looking out. Back view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach. Side view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach. Another Side view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach, showing the under frames and bogies. Top view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach with the roof removed showing the first compartments. Another top view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach with the roof removed showing the second and third compartments. Another top view of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach with the roof removed showing the forth compartment. View of the Lego LDD LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach being pulled by the Lego LDD EKR N0 5 Steam Locomotive (ex LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial Steam Locomotive). The last possible surviving example of the LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach preserved at Bluebell Railway in the UK. As suggested by zephyr1934, i have added I added 8 x Part 2412b Tile, Modified 1 x 2 Grille with Bottom Groove, Metallic Silver to represented the vents View of the LBSCR 48Ft Bogie Coach with vents added Closer view of the LBSCR 48Ft Bogie Coach with vents added I have redesigned the Lego LBSCR 48Ft Bogie Coach so it can be easily converted to two LBSCR 4 Wheel type Coaches The redesigned LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach, the coach body is designed to split in halve between the 4 and 5 2x3 train window. The Lego LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach with the roof removed, middle compartment wall and seating and the underframe removed, and mid wall between 4 and 5 2x3 train window removed. The coach bogies removed and the coach body split into two sections. The end walls rebuilt where the coach body was split into two. The roof put back on each LBSCR 4 Wheel Coach Bodies (the roof is designed to split in the middle). The 4 Wheel Coach Wheels Sets (converted from the bogies and some extra parts). The LBSCR 4 Wheel Coaches with the attached wheel sets. The new smaller under frames for the LBSCR 4 wheel Coaches (the first is upside down and both are made from the bigger under frame from the LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie Coach and extra parts). The LBSCR 4 Wheel Coaches with under frames attached. All the extra parts used in converting the LBSCR 48 Ft Bogie into 2 x LBSCR 4 Wheel Coaches. The Lego LBSCR 4 wheel coaches will go around the standard Lego curve train track. To find about the my Lego LDD MOC of the EKR Steam Locomotive No 5, see my post at http://www.eurobrick...howtopic=106298