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141 R 840 Mikado Steamtrain
About this creation
The 141 R Steamtrain : The classic 2-8-2 "Mikado" steam locomotive was one of a series of 1340 engines, of which only twelve have been preserved today.



Only six in working order today of which the 141 R 840 in France.



Fan of this 141R locomotive, and especially the 840 with his "dress" black and his two thin yellow line (built at Baldwin Locomotive Works to Philadelphie), I wanted to build, but at the scale of the track gauge LEGO®.

First step: the diagram

And the result : a locomotive of 9 studs wide


Overview




Views from the front




Views from above



"the only exception to LEGO® bricks, wires of scoubidou and thin metal rods"


Details






























Comparison between the MOC and the real locomotive










Comments

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  January 16, 2013
Hello, I search to contact you for your excellent work ont this machine. I'm a movie maker, and I'm doing a movie for my pleasure about this machine : the 141R840. I would know if you autorize me to insert a few photos of your working with your name in my movie (it's a report in fact). Can you write me quickly or the most quicky as possible, because, I finish this work in a few weeks. Your work is very exceptionnal, congratulations for that and I hope you write to me. Thank's wl@timatycfilms.com Wilfried LEROY
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  April 10, 2012
In the name of the AAATV-CVL (www.141r840.com) proud owner of the 141R840, we would like to thank you for your work.
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  April 10, 2012
In the name of the AAATV - CVL (www.141r840.com), proud owner of the 141R840, we would like to thank you for your work.
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  February 18, 2012
please sell the instructions to this...it is amazing and many of us lack the artistic talent to ever design anything like this ourselves...i would love to be able to build my own replica of this train
Richard Lemeiter
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jango fett
  September 12, 2010
nice!!!!!
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  September 12, 2010
WOAH! Im...speechless this is a brilliant train and I love the cabin!
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  July 6, 2010
Superb effort! This is the best LEGO steam locomotive I have seen so far. I especially like what you have done with the cylinders and rods. Considering that this was posted nearly two years ago, I wondering if you have made any changes in that time. Also, how is the Garrat coming along?
 I made it 
  June 14, 2010
Yes it's me. Cordially
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  June 6, 2010
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  December 30, 2009
According to Wikipedia, these trains were made under the Marshall Plan.
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  August 3, 2009
Your use of small parts and your techniques are truly inspirational. I am not even going to attempt to pick out any favorite parts on this train as every time I look I see something new. Thanks for sharing this with us!
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  July 1, 2009
When it comes to build quality and technique...I've never seen a better LEGO steam engine in my life! This is literally perfect! 10/10 :D
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  June 5, 2009
I'am speachless... I love European steamtrains and this is the best lego engine that I have seen before! THE BEST!!!
Richard Lemeiter
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I like LEGOs.
  May 16, 2009
Excellent!I even have my front page of my computer covered with that picture!
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  March 29, 2009
I've been meaning to comment on this one for some time. Excellent detail throughout! I really like the two person cab. Great work!
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  March 2, 2009
On of the most perfet extremly detail Steam i ever see!! all perfect, congratz!!!
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  October 19, 2008
It looks very good. I like the Detail.
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  October 5, 2008
Congratulations to a fantastic steam engine. The model is very impressive and you have really caught the characteristics of French steam locomotives. I particularly like the pistons and the driving mechanism. Your method of creating the round shape of the boiler is new to me - have you found a stable way to connect the tiles here. Thanks also for the extra pictures published on FreeLUG.
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  October 1, 2008
could you email me where you got the wheels
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  September 21, 2008
This is absolutely incredible. I particularly love your design for the pistons and the way your captured the shape of the cab. One of the best I've ever seen.
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  September 20, 2008
Wow! Such detail! This train is a perfect combination of the precise pieces that make this model most stunning! Such brilliance cannot be ignored!!
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  September 20, 2008
Simply amazing! Looks like it will start billowing smoke right off my computer screen. Kudos!
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  September 20, 2008
Um... good? There's so many little details that caught my eye while looking through your pics! It's obvious that you have some awesome building skills: I'll have to come back later to see your other stuff. Great work!
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  September 20, 2008
Your attention to detail is astounding. Great job.
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  September 20, 2008
I definitly need to review this creation. It is magnificent, huge, but glorious. It's AMAZING! You should put a motor on it. And how did you make that boiler so round?
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  September 20, 2008
This is so mind blowingly beautiful, That i loved it instantly, Great Work!
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  September 20, 2008
awesome, it's very accurate, it's perfect, I like it a lot, great job
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  September 20, 2008
WOW the best steam engine I´ve seen here! So is it 8 or even 9 or 10 studs wide? My guess is 8 or/and 9 studs... The amount of detail is astounding, it almost doesn´t look like Lego anymore and I mean this in a VERY positive way. It looks really powerful, too - like a beast. Perfect setting/mise en scène together with the signal house! So this is my favorite Lego steam engine so far, and I think it´ll stay like that for a looooong time. Unless you make up an even more impressive one... Steffen
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  September 20, 2008
I can't say anything that others haven't said already or will say. So I give you a 5/5 and leave my comment;)
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  September 19, 2008
If you have the instructions please send then to me!!!!! please!!!
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  September 19, 2008
OMG! thats the best train i've ever seen! this is fantastic!! fantastic job man!!
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  September 19, 2008
ok, i have to admit here that i'm not into stuff like this, but at the same time you can't ignore something like THIS!!! what a Lego skills you showed over your MOC here, its just very accurate and fully detailed just like the real thing... really we need here at MOCpages some high class work like this! this is how you make it PEOPLE!!! great work man! keep on this level >>> peace.. fofo
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  September 19, 2008
This showcases your signal box scene excellently, and the train is magnificent.
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  September 19, 2008
My jaw has been dropping too much lately... this is magnificent, I'm a bit of a train enthusiast myself, and I can tell this is AWESOME.
 I like it 
  September 19, 2008
100,000,000,000,000 out of 100
 
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