About Episode 10 – British loco designs in LEGO bricks
British steam locos and railways in general have fans around the world; whether it’s their unique aesthetics, colourful liveries or quirky designs, it’s not hard to find something to like. So, episode 10 is all about building LEGO locos in LEGO bricks.
In this episode of the LNUR Line podcast, we’re joined by a plethora of guests and members including Stuart of Romsey & Halterworth LEGO Railway; the YouTube sensation Sam of BritishBricks; along with far flung LNUR member Trace from the USA for a varied insight, along with regular LNUR members Andrew, Chris, Matt and Will.
They’ll be sharing their favourite liveries, get into a lively debate about stickers, and explain why British locos are that appealing.
Music is “Jokaim Kraud – Classic” and “RKVC – Holly Dazed”
LEGO train news – December 2020
- Keybrick One – a replacement power system for Powered Up system, with multiple power modes and rechargeable power box
- Free track instructions for ballasted track on Block Junction
- A review of Bricklink one year after it was taken over by LEGO
Our pick of LEGO Ideas
Sorry, audio was a little patchy in this section.
- Western LEGO Steam Train
- Steam Train – German prototype LEGO model by tm.bricks
- Woodland Freight – American locomotive and wagon set by m7rock
- FPA-4 Via Railways Diesel Locomotive by cheeseinthepie – a Canadian locomotive
British loco designs in LEGO bricks
- Existing LEGO builders of British locos:
- F Class – the Australian version of the gronk
- The LNUR Awards
- Stuart – aka Romsey LEGO Rail
Featured image: Isaac Smith’s A4 design; available as a free instructions here.