• Would these containers not break quite easily if you apply pressure here? - Ambo100
  • Not if there's a second wall. Besides, why would you even want to apply pressure here? - Marin Stipkovic
  • Depending on where you grasp one of these containers, you could easily apply pressure here. I don't know about you, but my hands aren't big enough to grab it end-to-end. - theinformaticist

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To go along with a RAILBRICKS blog post.

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  1. wunztwice 23 months ago | reply

    That doesn't look like the 4449...

  2. Thark S-116 23 months ago | reply

    May have to use these idea best I've ever seen1

  3. SavaTheAggie 23 months ago | reply

    I don't think they're the best ever, but I will admit I think I came up with rather novel part usage on the doors.

  4. danny316p 23 months ago | reply

    I can't believe I never thought of using the log bricks for these, That's much cheaper than how I've been making mine so far (parting out Green Grocers for channel bricks).

  5. railrider 23 months ago | reply

    Like 'em! Love the corrugated look and parts used to attain it. Nice work!

  6. Ryzer13 23 months ago | reply

    Love the track pins for door handles/bars! I've been wondering what to do with mine... Piston rods... pipes somewhere... Maybe I'll have to make some containers too! ;)

  7. Ryzer13 23 months ago | reply

    If you wanted a smooth finish on your grey container, you could use those fancy new 1x4x2/3 curves. I personally can't wait till they come out in red...

  8. Umm, Who? 23 months ago | reply

    Some very nice containers!

  9. π †øπ¡ç∫3gø π 23 months ago | reply

    Awesome job! Decaled, right? also Are you a part of TexLug? You are on the brickfiesta site.

  10. SavaTheAggie 23 months ago | reply

    The decals are made by LEGO. Yes, I'm a member of TexLUG.

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