A popular choice among AFOLs for building their own creations, Trains are now a sub-theme of LEGO City.

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How to run two LEGO electric trains at the same time?

I have a LEGO city built with a train encircling it. The track is the classic style with metal railings running through it. I have a switch track as well that is connected to an NXT robot to switch ...
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Will Lego Caboose (10014) work with Lego Cargo Train (7939)?

Will at the older Lego Caboose (10014) work with the Lego Cargo Train (7939)? I wonder if it will fit the newer track and if the magnet couplers will still work?
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Pushing lego city train [duplicate]

Are you able to push the lego city train around the tracks without damaging it or do you always have to use the batteries to make it go.
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Train track switching using servo motor [duplicate]

My project requires using a servo motor for switching track. It needs to be automate switching points. Is this possible? What is the cheapest / easiest way of achieving this?
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Why is there no set with much RC Straight tracks?

after visiting many Lego events (brickmania, antwerpen, BE), I wish to expend my train layout much more than adding a box or two of 7499 ... Why does Lego didn't released a set with, for example 24 ...
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Is it possible to use a LEGO NXT ultrasonic sensor for a LEGO train crossing?

I was looking at LEGO NXT components, and I found the ultrasonic sensor. I was wondering that if I put off to the side of the track, the nose of my train would activate the sensor, thus operating the ...
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Will playing with a 12V train motor by hand damage it?

This question is similar to one for PF motors. The 12V motor bogie has considerably more resistance than does the newer PF bogie motor, which may be moved very easily when not operating. So, if one ...