I share how to build a LEGO Train Trackside Emergency Station for all your train accidents. Featuring a phone, shovel, lights and an axe in-case you need to deal with rowdy passengers.
This is the first of my LEGO Trackside Accessory MOC Tutorials. It is inspired by my childhood love of classic OO gauge model railway stuff from the likes of Hornby and compliments my recent video where I share how to How to Hack the LEGO City Train with Jacobs bogies upgrade (set 60197).
In this build, we will be creating a small open frame which is for holding tools and a phone. This is the kind of thing you would have seen on classic railways. But I’ve updated it with some modern Train features.
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The build is designed to be simple and not using too many LEGO Bricks. It also follows the LEGO Modular principles of customisation so you can make it very personal to your City layout.
Finishing mine off, I’ve added two fire extinguishers – one for chemicals and one for wood and other flammables. There are some weeds growing on one side. And what looks to be an old tree stump that’s been cut down. But you can finish it however you want, so be sure to share your choices.
One of the beautiful things about trains is that there is a wealth of inspiration for buildings, accessories and train MOC builds. All around the world, the designs are different and unique. As are the function and utility of these buildings. This one would probably have come from the early 19th century, but can still easily be relevant even now.
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In this series, I plan to focus on a selection of LEGO Builds from small to large that are all simple to create and range in size. This will include signals, crossings, other utility buildings, signal boxes, etc.
And if you have suggestions for future LEGO Trackside builds, please be sure to share them in the channel discussion tab.
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Related LEGO Videos
- How to Build a LEGO City Train Emergency Station for your LEGO City Trains
- How to Hack the LEGO City Train with Jacobs bogies upgrade (set 60197)
- How to Hack LEGO City Train Junctions for Short Crossovers