At the end of November I took part in a Lego exhibition in the middle of Germany. Andres, the editor of this site invited me, after he found and blogged some of my creations there.
I brought my Taurus, my RC Mercedes Citaro and a car with a ramp. The visitors were allowed to play with the train, with the bus on the roads of the city and if they are brave enough, to go up to the train!
The video (made by Andres) shows, how the exhibition looked like, and 1:38 you can see, how the bus works!
It was very popular and it was great to see, that some children can drive very well without any instructions. It is very difficult to drive an articulated bus, especially backwards, but they did it! :O
I'm very happy that I was there, it was a really cool exhibition and it was great to meet with the other exhibitors (for example Sven), too! It was my first tour to abroad alone, firts flight, etc. It was fantastic!
A nice bus, it is cool that you let the public play with it. My local LEGO train club tends to get mad even when I, a member of the group, play with the layout! I love that train car though, the wheel sets look so realistic. I really like trying to make my own designs for things, but I am really tempted to borrow your wheel design when ever I start replacing the standard LEGO wheelsets. Great job!
Truly an amazing creation! I`m quite surprised to see how precise the bus is controled on an off the transporter waggon. Both the bus and the waggon looks realistic, and it seems that you have great fun at this event. Excellent Work!
It was such a fun day my friend and also a real pleasure meeting you, playing with both, the bus and the train. Julia and I enjoyed the exhibition and the time with you. Thank you very much. Thank you also for mention me ;) Julia and I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and all the best. Hope you have a great time. Greets & hugs from us ;)
Hi Gábor! Congratulation for this model and for the project with the exhibition. Well made all around! I'm not a train fan but i like this creation very much! I've seen a guy who's wearing a T-Shirt with the bus. I think You are the guy! :-)