And he celebrates it in style by building an amazing train station in the ‘Cafe Corner’ standard. What drew me to this MOC was the impressive arch work that creates the roof line of the station as well as the intricate architectural details that give the front of the station a look that fits in perfect with the Cafe Corner and Green Grocer. But he doesn’t stop there! Be sure to check out the intricate interior details such as the platforms, ticket counter, and waiting areas. You can check out more pictures in his Brickshelf Folder (once moderated) or on his MOCPages Page. Also, be sure to stop by and discuss this MOC on Eurobricks.
Found this excellent steam engine on Brickshelf from member Grunneger. This explanation of who built what from Grunneger:
This engine is not my creation. It is created by Ben Beneke. The BR66 and the umbauwagen are my creation. The other engines are created by Ben and modified by me.
Flickr member Swoofty creates this beautiful GP40P-2 train engine complete with stars and strips. The colors are fantastic only adding to the terrific design.
Swoofty’s photostream can be found here: FLICKR.
Choose your favorite of the 9V Train Engines in this exciting Triple Train Engine Face-Off! New to the Eurobricks Trains & Town Forum, three of Lego’s best 9V engines including the Sante Fe Super Chief, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, and the Swiss Federal Railway’s Crocodile engine do battle in this challenge. Which engine do you like better? Cast your vote here: Face-Off.
Check out this cool Steam Engine Captain Green Hair posted in this thread on Eurobricks!