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    Ride the Pancho Villa Train and join the Mexican Revolution !

    Action, adventure, and spectacle! Join general Pancho Villa and his band of Mexican revolutionaries as they mount a bold attack by rail on the fortified city of El Ciudad Guerrero . This scene was brought to life by the imagination of George Lucas in 1992 for the premiere episode of the “Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” television series. Young Indy rides with Pancho Villa’s gang alongside a hijacked train as they push a flatcar loaded with dynamite into the city’s defensive wall. Will they succeed in this brazen attack? Find out by watching the “Adventures of Young Indiana Jones - Vol 1” episode “Spring Break Adventure” available on DVD at your local library today!

    This MOC took Best Train in the 2009 Eurobricks.com Train Tech forum Train Contest www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showforum=122 Far from the polished equipment of mainline US railroads; this train is a grimy, weathered hand-me-down rusting in the Mexican desert. Construction highlights include:
    - Working valve gear (although purists will note that only half the phases are supported and technically I modeled slide gear rather than the prototype’s Walschaerts)
    - Ray gun suction cup for the lok bell
    - Handcuffs for the lok leaf springs
    - SSRS (Single Stud Radial SNOT) boiler (from my Circus Train www.flickr.com/photos/brian_william...57614731023767/ )
    - FAUX tender trucks
    - 3wide lok domes using BBB wheels
    - Headlamp and firebox sparks animated using Rob Hendrix elite Jr ( www.lifelites.com/products/74 )
    - The tender ladder whips (from Carl Greatrix Evening Star)

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    1. Sir Nadroj 55 months ago | reply

      Beautiful work as always. You never cease to impress! Inspiring.

    2. Amhakia 55 months ago | reply

      You dog! Insanely cool!!!

    3. barleymashers 55 months ago | reply

      Love how you did the Cacti

    4. Karf Oohlu 55 months ago | reply

      That rates up there amongst the best I've seen.

      Big kudos for great use of exposed studs in those cactii.

    5. _lichtblau_ 55 months ago | reply

      Marvelous from A to Z!
      I love all kind of dioramas but this one is the reason to love this stuff even more!

    6. Guss De Blöd 55 months ago | reply

      I m not really into train but THIS is an awesome scene you did there! really really incredible stuff, great job !

    7. 6widebricks 54 months ago | reply

      To make the rest of the train you would only need a tanker, two coaches and a caboose.

    8. marktrainwelker 53 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called lego trains and other lego sets, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. THE BRICK TIME Team 51 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Brick Time, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. a-corb 50 months ago | reply

      This is Awesome! I love everything about it. Great work.

    11. The Lego Man in the Hat 46 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Best Lego Train EVER!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. DarkkosiS 44 months ago | reply

      What a display!

    13. Micro76000 [deleted] 44 months ago | reply

      It is still better

    14. n7mereel 42 months ago | reply

      WOW! This is very very very very very awesome!!!

    15. tearydearie 42 months ago | reply

      your MOCs are incredible you truly are genius love to look @ all of the details must add these to my favorites

    16. kingtiger719 37 months ago | reply

      crazy , wonderfull .... too good

    17. hrcywindu 34 months ago | reply

      it's just wonderfull! Great job!

    18. .::LegoMan::. [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      Wow amazing work I gues it took a long time to make :L

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