This is the LEGO City Express Train Modified with Jacobs bogies. This type of train bogie is where two carriages share the same set of wheels which makes them run smoother and faster. This custom LEGO Train Tutorial will show you how to modify the LEGO City Train 2022 🚂 with Jacobs bogies (set 60337) – and also tell you a bit more about what they are! [Read more…] about LEGO Express Passenger Train Jacobs Bogies Tutorial (60337)
This is a review of the new 2022 LEGO City Express Passenger Train 60337 not to be confused with the previous LEGO City Passenger Train 60197 (note the “Express” part). Why is it an express train? Well, according to the stickers on the set, it can travel at 303 km/h! But, does that also make it worth 25% more than the previous model?
We finally have the LEGO City Trains for 2022, and I have to say there are some winners and losers here! [Read more…] about LEGO City Train 2022 sets now available! My thoughts.
I’ve worked on the LEGO City Passenger train 60197 from 2019 a few times, but I’ve always wanted to add a double-decker carriage to it. [Read more…] about LEGO City Passenger Train Double Decker Carriage MOC (60197)
This is a video review, unboxing and motorization of the new for 2020 LEGO Crocodile Locomotive (10277). I share my thoughts on this new for 2020 LEGO Train [Read more…] about LEGO Crocodile Locomotive Video Review and Powered Up! (10277)
One of the fastest trains pushed by one of the slowest… My review of the LEGO Crocodile Locomotive (10277) is on my YouTube channel.
The rumours were true! There is a NEW 18+ LEGO Train Confirmed! Crocodile Locomotive 10277 will be arriving July 1st and it looks awesome! It’s so great to see a new 18+ [formerly creator expert] train arrive with the promise of more in the pipeline according to an interview on the Brothers Brick with Jamie Beard the LEGO Designer! [Read more…] about NEW 2020 LEGO Train Crocodile Locomotive 10277 Confirmed!
This is my second TrixBrix LEGO Train haul and in the video I’ll share my new layout plans and show you where and how each of these 3D printed train track pieces fits into my LEGO City.