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  1. MOC - 12V DB BR78

    Hi all, I'd like to present you my first 12V MOC. It is a Deutsche Bahn BR78 - inspired locomotive, built using extra pieces from a 7730 and 7750. This is the third big steamer I use, along with the original 7750 and the 7777 steam locomotives. I built this one following using special pieces (e.g. lights lenses are yellow/clear like in 7750 - rubber pipes on the sides) and following the style of the early 80's Lego trains. It was simplified in many details, like the cabin (using standard doors and windows) and sides (which are missing a lot of leverages, handrails and so on). Here it is on my test station - front and rear lights are on when moving forward, small white light on the back is on when moving backwards. Hope you like it!
  2. DB 189 (Siemens ES64F4)

    Hello all! I just wrapped up the brick-build of my latest project... a Deutsche Bahn BR 189! It is a predominantly freight-focused locomotive used on international services (notice the multi-system array of four pantographs). I started the build using, and purchased all of the required bricks using the Bricklink wishlist integration. Very cool and very easy. The prototype... My "final" render (this design was changed a bit during the build process): Papa und kind (Minitrix version): Front lights: Rear lights: Internals: Lokführer Hans:
  3. Deutsche Bahn Regio Express!

    Hello all, As you all have seen I have completed on LDD a German BR 112 E Lok as well as 3 Passenger N wagen cars. I put them all together as one build on LDD 3,402 pieces total. I am pleased with how they turned out so all i need to do is order the pieces. Easier said then done, for some reason on all my builds LDD is not listing parts number for the pieces just a quantity. Between Bricklink and pick a brick I have not found one seller where I can buy all the parts at once. Does anyone recommend how I go about this? Also if anyone knows were I can find a diagram of all lego pieces with their parts number, makes looking for all these alot easier. I also would like to apologize for starting three different topics/threads, which are all wrapped into one. DB RE Zug by Sebastian Rupp, on Flickr [url=][img=][/url][url=]DB RE Zug[/url] by [url=]Sebastian Rupp[/url], on Flickr
  4. Hello, I am new to the forum and am really glad to see such enthusiastic builders here! I am new to LDD (just downloaded it Wednesday), and wanted to build something I have not seen built before, that would be the German Deutsche Bahn Passenger car N-Wagen (Silberling). About 8 hours on LDD and I have built a total of 3 Wagens, another 6 hours on top of that I built a BR111 engine for it as well. Again these are my first builds, so I know they could use some work. If anyone has any ideas, compliments or suggestions to make it better please let me know. There is a total of almost 3,000 pieces, and I have not even completed the interior of any of the cars! I currently don't have access to my laptop to attach picture or instructions, but will have them posted within t next 24 hrs. Now in terms of ordering all the pieces from one source, where do you recommend I go to purchase parts, I know when I purchase this kit it will more then likely cost a few hundred dollars. v/r Sebastian59
  5. I have just completed the modifications to incorporate the suggestions for my 6 wide power functions shunter. Please let me know what you think and I welcome suggestions for how it can be improved. Thank you all for your support on I regret we have only 100 supporters now so I don't forsee this getting up as the 50th anniversary of Lego Trains train. Fortunately James Mathis has what I think is an even better idea so if you haven't supported this one I can highly recommend his. The biggest change is the ability to now turn the battery box off and on by pressing the front of the forward dome. I have some pictures on Flickr that show how it works.