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My entry for the "Lego Design Challenge" for Holiday 2010 Catalog
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Old Time Trolley Instructions



The actual MOC:



My entry for the

"Lego Design Challenge" for Holiday 2010 Catalog

"The LEGOŽ Holiday Workshop elves have swapped their sleds for surf boards and left the North Pole to go hang-ten at the beach. While our tiny toy builders ride the waves, the LEGO Toymaker needs some extra help preparing for the holidays!

Do YOU have what it takes to design a cutting edge creation? Enthusiasts ages 5 and older are invited to submit an idea for a new LEGO creation. Develop your new LEGO creation using a maximum of 100 LEGO bricks and/or elements. Then, submit a photo or image of your creation along with a brief description of your creation (50 words or fewer). You may build your creation using physical bricks and elements or you may develop your creation virtually, using the LEGO Design byME application."

My entry read:

"Inspired by the new CITY Public Transport Station 8404, I have designed an Old Time Trolley to roll down the tram/trolley track. Not many old trolleys have been saved but LEGOŽ Holiday Workshop elves may well be riding on one of these when they are not on their surf boards."

It was exactly 50 words long!

But the really interesting thing is that I used exactly 100 parts too!!















Also Ryan Smith has created an LDD version of this Trolley:

Old Time Trolley (vintage green)



Nick Pascale has created SANTA'S Main Street TROLLEY version.

HOW COOL is that!




The Home of Republic of Texas Navy in LEGOs is right here on MOCpages.

enjoy

kurt

Notes:
  • RTS - Republic of Texas Ship
  • RTN - Republic of Texas Navy
  • LNA - Lego Naval Architect







Comments

 I made it 
  February 7, 2011
Quoting Ryan Smith That's great instructions you made! I've made this into a different colour sceme on LDD!
See I linked to your LDD version. thanks kurt
 I like it 
  February 7, 2011
That's great instructions you made! I've made this into a different colour sceme on LDD!
 I made it 
  January 18, 2011
Quoting ken beal How did you make the track? Is it a standard size that can be used for the trolley in the City series?
LEGO's and my Trolleys run on regular train track (9V and Plastic) http://shop.lego.com/ByTheme/Leaf.aspx?cn=87&d=328 http://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=P&catString=128 hope this helps kurt
  January 16, 2011
How did you make the track? Is it a standard size that can be used for the trolley in the City series?
 I like it 
  December 22, 2010
nice detail!
  October 27, 2010
(Wolf whistle.)
RTN LNA
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Lewis McAdow
  October 13, 2010
Interesting. I have seen some trolleys before, but never the old style from the early 20th century. I am glad to see you returning to mocpages after your break.
 
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