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- Train station 1944 - Finally I can show my new diorama 100% complete. I hope you enjoy my scene. Was so funny to build it. Please, check out my flickr page for more pics. about train wagons, tanks and other WWII veichles. Credits: -My BR23 was inspired by Ben Benekes model. -Panzer III it's a copy of Brickmania's set. P.S. I know, BR23 it's wrong to put into 1944 diorama (it's a 50's train) like the D.236 locomotive (this scheme of colours are post-war) but I love too much these 2 locomotive, especially with this scheme of colours. P.S. 2 Non-LEGO pieces (weapons, helmets etc.) by BRICKARMS, BRICKFORGE, BRICKMANIA P.S.3 Sorry for my bad english, I hope you can understand me
Hi Lego train fans! After concluding my the recent collection and building of early 9v trains, ranging from 4558~ 4564, the pleasure and enjoyment of doing Lego train was something different level of fun which I have not felt in other lego set. Since all my trains of early 9vs are all relatively modern design compared to steam locomotive train, which I also have been dreamed of, I decided to build Ben's BR 23 train. i got an well-designed instructions and *txt format brick list, But I WONDER whether I could get a bricklist with images of brick. I found a brick list with parts image at rebrickable.com, however, some of parts are not displayed, such as wheels (not BBB wheels) and tube and 9v train wheels. in order to have a correct part list, it would be great if I could find a clear brick list with parts images if possible. I also wonder what MPD format files? is this a file that could be opened by Lego digital designer? Thank you! p.s I attach my small Lego 9v train town pictures. my thanks to JopieK