Hello my name is Alexander, i'm 19 years old and i live in Denmark. As you can see i'm very interested in both Lego and Titanic.
I like technic and pneumatics very much too. My big dream is to make a lego machine fly (plane or helicopter) but it seems to be impossible. :) I havent seen any one making a lego machine fly, please let me know if have you seen something. I would be VERY interested.
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About my Titanic ship evolution
First generation Titanic: I dont remember so much about this ship, no photos exist. Probably built in 2000. 8 Studs wide. About a half meter long. 5 decks above waterline. The bricks were used to build my second ship.
Second generation Titanic: Only one photo exist and it is a school photo from 2002. Probably built in 2002. 8 studs wide. About one meter long. 6 decks above waterline. Single screw (center).
It fell down from a table and got partly destroyed in 2006.
The bricks were used to build my third ship.
Third generation Titanic: Also known as "Titanic sinking in my tub" on this site. Built in summer of 2008. 14 studs wide. Almost one and a half meter long. 7 decks above waterline. Single screw (center).
The bricks were used to build my fourth ship.
The bridge and a part of the boat deck is preserved.
Fourth generation Titanic: Probably the third largest lego Titanic ship in the world. It is longer than most people are tall. Built in March 2009, when i was 16 years old. The ship meassures 28 studs wide. Almost 2 meters long. 8 decks above waterline. Triple screw. Too big for my tub.
Fifth generation Titanic is planned to start construction is sommer 2012. This means my fourth generation Titanic will be demolished then.
The same for all ships is that each deck was/is 2 bricks high.
An accurate minifig scale would require each deck/floor to be at least 5 bricks high.
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