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  1. I would like to present my latest railway station with signal box and level crossing: It does not have the interior (only the signal box does) although I did plan to do it at the beginning, hence all the double walls with different colours on the inside. The station is based on the station in Siedlisko Czarnkowskie located in the west of Poland. It is of course modified and was just the inspiration, but still - was recognized by the locals, so I guess it is similar enough :) The main objective that I had when building this was to have some comfortable place for 8-wide trains to stop by. I hope I this was achieved :) Some of you may know that I focus mainly on modulars and I try to mix them with a little bit of technic. So far I was able to incorporate 9V and PF lights into my builds, some PF motors and pneumatics. Now, it was time for an SBrick and technic flex system :) It was one of my favorite systems back then. And now that I had this opportunity to control boom barriers with it, I couldn't help myself :) So, we've got and SBrick, which controls M-motor, which in turn operates small linear actuator which pulls or pushes out the technic flex system cables. Those are connected to the boom barriers. Here you can see how it looked like during construction: The whole system was not so easy to calibrate at the beginning, but once done it worked seamlessly during exhibitions. It is also easy to dismantle for transportation. However it did took me two months to figure this system out. Maybe the easiest solutions are the hardest to invent... The track layout is a little bit different to the usual one. This was forced by the planned commodity station of my friend from the LUG, but that was never built... Here you can see it in more detail as well as how the station was placed in the town I made with my LUG: And last but not least, interior of the signal box and a video of operating the boom barriers: LINK to the video (I don't know how to embed...) Here's the link to the gallery on BrickSafe.
  2. Elen

    [MOC] Railway station

    Hello! I present to your attention the railway station. Front view: Back view: Workplace of the railway station man on duty: Cafe: Passengers awaiting the train: That's all! Comments are welcome)
  3. I present an upgraded version of my Modular Railway Station. As before, the station consists of a main building and three platform sections. The first section of the platform. The second section of the platform. The third section of the platform. The main building of the railway station. Modules together. Bonus #1. Note a secret hatch underneath the platform... Bonus #2. Let's look underneath the roof of the portico... Thank you for your attention! Links: flickr Rebrickable Don't miss the high speed train that still serves the railway station.
  4. Here I present a modular railway station accompanied by a high-speed train. Railway station [ New version ] The station consists of a main building and three platform sections. High speed train [ flickr | Rebrickable ] This large scale train was designed to fit standard Lego track curves although it may look strange when it turns. The train has the following power functions: Motorized bogie. Head lights. M-motor for automatic doors. As there is only one IR receiver, the lights and the train motor are connected to the same channel so that the lights are turned on only when the train is moving. Thank you for your attention!
  5. Dfenz

    MOC: Kildare Station

    Indexed by Moderator For Skaerbaek I put together this station which was expanded for the purpose of a local exhibition here in Dublin. IMG_5890 by Dfenz, on Flickr IMG_5898 by Dfenz, on Flickr IMG_5899 by Dfenz, on Flickr