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Hello, I would like to present my latest train MOC: a German steam engine. Steam engines appeal different from country to country. In Germany most steam engines had a red wheel undercarriage, steam engines in some other European countries too. For those who like steam engines completely black: all parts for this engine are already available. For those who like a red undercarriage: please support this set on LEGO IDEAS (https://ideas.lego.com/projects/133465). The steam engine bases on the steam engine https://en.wikipedia...i/Prussian_G_12. This steam engine was a goods train locomotive, and as goods train locomotives have small wheels for high traction force I used small LEGO train wheels. I did not like the plain, high gloss surface of the tender, so I decided to take bricks with studs on sides. These studs symbolize oversized rivets. I watched LEGO sets like freight train 60052. This set does not contain only a freight train, it also contains a truck and a fork lift. So you can transport something with the truck to the station, load it on the freight car and take it to the next station. At 1925 there were only a few trucks and no fork lifts, so I decided to add a horse carriage. Now you can play as you can play with freight train 60052: you can transport something to the station, load it into the freight car and transport it to the next station. Ludger
Hi everyone, of course, my Swedish tank engine needs some adequate rolling stock, so I designed two different types of cars in 1/33 scale: a four-axle passenger coach, which should be finished in ca. 10-14 days; and the open, two-axle freight car presented here. The model is lettered as no. 1 of a fictional museum railway, which uses the wagon for bicycle transport: As usual, larger pictures and the lxf are available on Bricksafe. When I have completed the passenger car, I will make a video of the whole museum train, too. Hope you like it! Best regards, Sven Edit: Videos now available here!