A prettier train

Lacking ideas of what to blog today, I thought I’d show you the latest of my Lego creations – or in this case a modification of the red passenger train (7938). And since already the original set reminds somewhat of a Talent, my version reminds even more of a Talent. :)

train with light

full train

» More photos and descriptions on MOCpages.


  1. K

    Ach ja, die gute, alte Lego-Eisenbahn. Wenn ich wüsste, wo ich mein Lego-Zeugs hinverfrachtet habe, würde ich jetzt glatt auch eine Bahn bauen :-)

    • c

      Wie, das weißt du nicht?? 8O ;)

      Aber wenn du das nicht weißt, dürfe zumindest der rote Original-Zug (letztes Jahr erschienen) nicht dabei sein…

  2. TG

    Can you give me a tutorial on the bellows for the train?

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