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Class 1020 . Austrian class 1020 locomotive. . My first LEGO train ! This is an 8-wide austrian heavy freight locomotive. (Similar to the german BR194) The MOC is in "0"-scale (1:45) which is what the gauge of the standard Lego track indicates, and thus the right proportions makes it 8-wide, NOT skinny 6-wide... ;-) It meassures 390mm between buffers. The pantograph is a little blocky. This is the part that has cost me the most time to do. I would like a much finer and more delicate thingy here... Some roof details... Note the red lantern just under the roof. The model is articulated in several degrees. This was necessary in order to negotiate the super-tight standard Lego curves. -Still I tried to make the gap less visually disturbing, when the parts separates a little in the curves... I have a video of the loco negotiating some S-curves; http://www.flickr.com/photos/hxmiesa/5354690259/ Driver says "bu-bye!" (or whatever austrian equivalent...)


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