• Have you thought about using part ref 6231 corner panels for the steps. - Das Steinkopf
  • I had not...great idea!!! I will have to give that a try sometime. Thanks for the idea. :-)
  • I have used it on some of my loco's it looks great plus no studs. If you want the bracketing technique let me know and I will take some pic's of how I do it. - Das Steinkopf

DB Class 212 in LEGO

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The DB Class V 100.20 (later Class 212) is a more powerful variant of the V 100. It was based on the prototype V 100 006, which from 1960 was renumbered to V 100 2001. It went into series production in 1962 and, unlike the V 100.10 which was employed on branch line service, it was also intended for main line duties and ramps. Up to 1966 a total of 381 examples entered service.

  1. Das Steinkopf 58 months ago | reply

    Nice little engine, it's one of my all time favourite DB locomotives, small yet very versatile.

  2. SavaTheAggie 58 months ago | reply

    Very nice. To be honest I didn't much like it at first (the design, not your work), but the longer I looked at it, and the more I read about the real thing, the more I did. I am really digging all the nice, clean lines.

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