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Update to the Lego Railway Room...

Update to the Lego Railway Room...

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dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Wednesday 15th August 2012
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For those of us for whom work isn't everything (and who've never grown up)



A quick update to my Lego train room - building is progressing well on the towerblock although the minifigs are wondering when Tesco's will arrive....

PS sorry for the big picture, however if you're curious enough you can zoom around :-)

bob1179

13,966 posts

121 months

Friday 17th August 2012
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That is brilliant!

Needs a bigger railway though. Can you extend?

smile

GJB

415 posts

170 months

Saturday 18th August 2012
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Very realistic. Even have someone trying to commit suicide by the looks of it.


TheHighlander

785 posts

110 months

Tuesday 21st August 2012
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Thats awesome buddy :-)

More pictures and a video would be cool.

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Tuesday 21st August 2012
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Cheers - if they're fans out there I'll take some more ...

Young kids are the excuse everyone needs!
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Dr G

12,448 posts

154 months

Thursday 23rd August 2012
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Very, very cool - am jealous!

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Thursday 23rd August 2012
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Here are a few more - I make no appologies for being sad.... smile

















The Metroliner the last train is especially nice and is really three lego kits in one, all secondhand mind you as the cost on eBay now is silly....

A lot is original from me childhood in the 70's however...

I must now stop looking at new Lego.....!!!!

TheHighlander

785 posts

110 months

Thursday 23rd August 2012
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Thats not sad at all.

I am only 26 but I am in the middle of moving house and when we move into our new house the loft will be getting coverted for toys of yester year haha a mega scalextric i think.

Any videos of this mate?


Butter Face

13,071 posts

72 months

Thursday 23rd August 2012
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That's awesome!!

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Thursday 23rd August 2012
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Yes will post videos to YouTube and then post links tomorrow....

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Friday 24th August 2012
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Trip around the layout - sorry about my body spoiling the ride

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUjVPc9jXBU&lis...

Youtube video...

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Friday 24th August 2012
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TheHighlander said:
Thats not sad at all.

I am only 26 but I am in the middle of moving house and when we move into our new house the loft will be getting coverted for toys of yester year haha a mega scalextric i think.

Any videos of this mate?
Would love a scalextric layout, they're just so bl oody big!

pastrana72

1,673 posts

120 months

Saturday 1st September 2012
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dundarach said:
Trip around the layout - sorry about my body spoiling the ride

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUjVPc9jXBU&lis...

Youtube video...
That is amazing. biggrin


dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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Thought I'd bump my own thread for a few updates, in case anyone would like to see:









g3org3y

10,861 posts

103 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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So. Much. Win. thumbup

ShampooEfficient

3,289 posts

123 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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All of my old Lego is in the loft. I have a spare room. I'm off tomorrow. The woman of the household is going away at 6am. scratchchin

dundarach

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1,523 posts

140 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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ShampooEfficient said:
All of my old Lego is in the loft. I have a spare room. I'm off tomorrow. The woman of the household is going away at 6am. scratchchin
If you build it - the fun will come :-)

MrBrightSi

1,890 posts

82 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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Totally love it. Rather jealous of how simple yet complex the entire thing is. Definately jealous of how easy your scenery is to make and look wonderful. Great example of peterpan syndrome.

dundarach

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Saturday 23rd February 2013
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MrBrightSi said:
Totally love it. Rather jealous of how simple yet complex the entire thing is. Definately jealous of how easy your scenery is to make and look wonderful. Great example of peterpan syndrome.
I know what you mean, it shows how much your mind fills in...when I came back to Lego as an adult I over engineered everything and made it as realistic as possible, then thought to hell with it...

Lego looks better the more it looks like Lego!

MagicalTrevor

5,974 posts

141 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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Love it!