2,137 reputation
1828
bio website none
location United States
age 34
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Oct 18 at 0:26

Classic Town and Classic Trains between 1980 and 1994 plus a bit of Classic Space. All I need now is a room big enough for the layout.


May
20
comment How to build bridge using 4.5/12v train rails from 1969 Lego brochure
@jncraton - I came to a very similar conclusion and saw your comment when I came back to update my question. I have credited you in my second edit. Thanks!
May
20
revised How to build bridge using 4.5/12v train rails from 1969 Lego brochure
added 1071 characters in body
May
20
awarded  Nice Question
May
19
comment How to build bridge using 4.5/12v train rails from 1969 Lego brochure
@62Bricks - I have updated my question with info about the problems I faced trying to build the bridge. I think LDraw may have allowed some impossible connections.
May
19
revised How to build bridge using 4.5/12v train rails from 1969 Lego brochure
added 1913 characters in body
Apr
17
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
9
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
4
awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
awarded  Informed
Mar
5
accepted Electric, Plug Holder 4.5V/12V what is it for?
Feb
27
comment Electric, Plug Holder 4.5V/12V what is it for?
@Joubarc Indeed - this attention to enabling the wires to be connected and disconnected is likely due to this being a dacta set and so will get a lot of use. Those coloured plugs are also unique to this set as far as I can tell.
Feb
27
awarded  Self-Learner
Feb
27
reviewed No Action Needed Lego Digital Designer Alternatives
Feb
27
asked Electric, Plug Holder 4.5V/12V what is it for?
Feb
27
answered Electric, Plug Holder 4.5V/12V what is it for?
Feb
25
comment Why does LEGO state the number of parts on US boxes, but not in Europe?
I wonder how this US requirement to accurately state the number of pieces sits with this statement from LEGO customer services: "When it comes to spare parts, it is random what pieces are included in which sets", relating to the spare parts included with each set. They must mean the parts are random, but the count is consistent. From this post by @Ambo100 in another LEGO Answers question.
Feb
14
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
14
comment Can you keep blocks clutched together in big chunks? Will blocks loose their “clutch power” after years of that kind of keeping?
How did I miss that duplicate?! Sorry.
Feb
13
reviewed No Action Needed What is the best-practice for circular lego staircase construction?