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  1. My first Lego locomotive MOC. Modeled after a BNSF ES44AC locomotive. 6 studs wide, 50 studs long and powered by two Lego Power Functions train motors. The three axle bogies have enough articulation to negotiate the standard Legos curves. It's made up of about 1200 bricks, took about 50 hours to design in Lego Digital Designer, 8 hours to assemble and cost a little over $200 to build, complete with electronics, from parts purchased off Bricklink. I've included the .lxf file below and welcome anyone to build, copy, modify or just examine my building techniques. I took great care to create many different groups to make the digital version easy to disassemble an examine. I've also included a link to a YouTube video of it running. It negotiates the standard Lego curves with no problems. I hope you like! Here's the .lxf file... https://bricksafe.com/pages/sed6/bnsf-es44ac-locomotive Thanks for looking!
  2. Barduck

    MOC BNSF SD-70

    The WIP can be found here: http://www.eurobrick...opic=122501&hl= She's finally all done (well, actually only missing her number on the side): MOC BNSF SD-70 by Barduck12, on Flickr
  3. Freezingvettes99

    BNSF SD60M in 6 Wide

    This project has been a long time in the making. I took the inspiration photos last summer when I spotted a BNSF SD60M in yard switching duty that had remote control equipment installed. I have included a couple pictures of the original prototype as reference, enjoy! Feedback is always appreciated. BNSF SD60M #1417 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr BNSF SD60M #1417 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr BNSF SD60M #1417 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr BNSF SD60M #1417 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr 2017-03-08_08-38-20 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr 2017-03-08_08-38-07 by freezingvettes99, on Flickr
  4. Trainmaster247

    My Microscale MOC Collection

    An overall shot Close Ups A city scene James River Crossing Metra Train BNSF Freight TGV and one I found an image of that I recreated here.