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  1. Lowa

    Curved Train Switches

    We just released our new curved switches! They are very handy to build compact layouts as you can move your switches to the curved sections and thus use the full length of the straight sections for platforms, cargo terminals, etc. As shown above, they can be used to build curved single crossovers. You can see our curved switches in action in the video below: The curved switches are designed to be fully compatible with the LEGO® grid. They fit into standard R40 curves; the inner line requires 2 and the outer line requires 3 standard curves to complete a 90 degree turn. The curved switches split the main line into two separate lines that are separated by an 8 stud wide gap at the end of the turn. They are also fully anti-studded, just like all our other train tracks. Let me know if you have any questions, comments or suggestions!
  2. This lovely feat of Lego ship design and engineering comes to us from Know Your Pieces on Flickr. It was posted by Ejred with respect to the superb curving profile of the hull. She certainly is a remarkable model, wonderfully proportioned, highly detailed and all around well executed. Take her in, talk her up, and leave your comments and support and just enjoy. More images including WIP shots on Know Your Pieces' Photo Stream: https://www.flickr.c...knowyourpieces/
  3. Scene from James Cameron's 1986 movie 'Aliens'. Custom minifigs by Blacktron http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=57638&st=50 After featuring on 'The Brothers Brick' a few weeks ago (thanks guys!) these Lego Aliens pics went viral in the wider movie fan community, with appearances on a number of movie blogs like these: http://flavorwire.com/460553/james-camerons-aliens-recreated-in-lego http://www.avclub.com/article/cuteness-coming-out-walls-lego-aliens-photoset-205446 https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/aliens-scenes-recreated-lego-155000751.html As a result I've had 88,000 views on my Aliens album page so far - so I guess Blacktron will be needing to make some more of his awesome colonial marines. Thanks everyone!