Talk about your favorite developments in licensed themes from popular lines like Indiana Jones, Batman, Spongebob, Harry Potter, etc.
This is a neat MOC i found its also on TBB Its the circus train from the beggining of The Last Crusade
This MOC is spectacular!Link to Brian Williams' Flickr
He has made many different MOCs from the Indiana Jones movies too and they're all equally as incredible
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Reason: The MOC Showcase section if for things you've built - not found... so I moved this.
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Top that TLG!
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That is great.
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That is sooo beautiful. The locomotive looks like a narrow gauge K-37 used on the Cumbres & Toltec railroad which is where they filmed. I really like the caboose too.
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This is cool.
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Very cool! I'd pre-order one!
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Attention Lego: This is how to interest me in trains. Trick me with this set and I could be converted quite easily.
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I really like that, the shape is great and accurate. Must have taken a while though, a long while
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