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What Should I Build Next?
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Hey there!

So right now, I have a lot of WIPs and new ideas that I want to build; however, I want to see what the community wants me to do!

So here are the 3 rebuild WIPs I'm in progress of finishing:

Left:
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad No. 305 "Ross Winans"
Here's the "camel" I built in 2019 on LDD and rebuilt in 2020.
https://mecabricks.com/en/models/VzvM1pNEvJp
However, I'm not happy with how the wheels and the boiler turned out, and I've wanted to rebuild it for a while.

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Middle:
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad No. 147 "Thatcher Perkins"
This engine would technically be one of the first builds I've built on this platform. I've mainly struggled with the coupling rods in such a condensed area. However, I believe the new "pirate hook" technique I'm using could make it a lot easier. This is also the same model as the train from Red Dead Redemption II.

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Right:
Northern Pacific Railroad No. 1 "Minnetonka"

Like the camel, this is another build imported from LLD, I have a lot of ideas on new building techniques, and I would like to use them on this engine.

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I also have some ideas for some other locomotives and rolling stock that I'll list here:

ALCO PA Diesel Locomotive

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Milwaukee Road "Little Joe" Locomotive

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The Old Nashville/Lincoln's Funeral Train

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Florida East Coast Car #91

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Florida East Coast/ US Sugar #148

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If you have any suggestions or commissions, be sure to comment below!
Thank you for all of the support!
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Alfred10
1 month ago
Can you make an LMS Coronation Class?
Or maybe an LNER P2?
leatho
1 month ago
What about the "Schienenzeppelin"?
A very futuristic project of a german engineer in 1929.
The project, of which only one vehicle was built, featured a propeller on its rear, which allowed it to reach a record-breaking speed of 230 kph (or about 143 mph) due to its light construction.
Sadly, the only vehicle ever built was scrapped in 1939.
leatho
1 month ago
The one I prefer out of the 3 is definitely the Florida East Coast!
r2d2j2b2
1 month ago
@leatho
that is a good idea, funny thing is I'm already working on the closest thing to the Schienenzepplin
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leatho
1 month ago
... the Shinkansen?
r2d2j2b2
1 month ago
the Series 0 Shinkasen
ClassyVoid
4 weeks ago
Could you make a GWR manor class
Alfred10
3 weeks ago
Hang on, why not a large scale narrow gauge steam locomotive, like my Bagnall 0-4-0?
Alfred10
1 week ago
How do you put images in the description?
I want to put a screenshot of my latest model into its description, because the image isn't possible in render as it uses the 'flat' lighting, and not HDRI.
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