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Here is my version of "Trolley" from the PBS program "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood". I dedicate it to the memory of Fred Rogers (1928-2003)....
2 Stall Engine Shed
Here is my engine shed, with 2 of Ross' steam engines posing in the foreground. This MOC was built before the days of Bricklink (...
Annie and Claribel
Here are Annie and Claribel, the 2 coaches that Thomas pulls.
This is my version of Bill (or Ben) from the Thomas the Tank Engine series. It is a 7 wide MOC, and I am particularily pleased that the LEGO...
This brown stone is one of my favorite Buildings. I love the color brown for a building, but acquiring the necessary elements wasn't e...
Burlington Northern GP-50
Ross built this MOC when he was still 12! It is 8 wide, and is the most detailed MOC diesel engine I have seen to date. Th...
Dark Gray and Tan Buildings
Not much to say about these buildings-- they are a part of a city block on the TCLTC layout. I think they "work" because ...
Dark Red Building
When I was able to garner enough of the new color dark red, I built this MOC. I love this new color, and hope that in the future TL...
This is one of my favorite buildings. It is somewhat delicate because so much of it is glass, but I think it looks very realistic. It...
Gray Stock Car
Here is my 8 wide version of a stock car. I like how it turned out, using tiles separated with brackets spaced by 2 1x2 plates. Thoug...
I built this building right after the Statue of Liberty sculpture set came out-- I really like that sand green color! I would consider...
This is Ross' version of a Peabody 3 bay hopper car. His uncle bought him an N scale version of it when Ross was just a kid and he has nev...
Intermodal Huskey Stack Container Cars
I love intermodal cars. Pictured below are an articulated BN container car (considered 1 car with shared truck...
Here is Ross' and my version of James, another Thomas the Tank Engine character. James is sporting an old 12 volt train motor that is powered b...
Johnstown Bethgon Coalporter
Here is my 8 wide Bethgon Coalporter, a rotary dump hopper. Sometimes referred to as a bathtub hopper, this unique desig...
Lifeline EMS Vehicle
This is my LEGO version of a rig built by Lifelife called the Highliner. Some prototype pics can be seen HERE. It features som...
Light Blue Car
Nothing too exciting here-- just a reworking of the car from set 4728 Escape From Privet Drive. I simply kit-bashed 2 of these sets to...
Maersk Blue Building
Here is another "backdrop" building built in rare Maersk blue bricks. Looks pretty nice! Here are some more shots of it below...
Micro-Scale Loco Nametag
This very clever MOC is a nametag Ross built for me for when I attended BricksWest 2002. As you can see, he motorized it so ...
This building started out as the largest MOC I have ever made. Right after TLC introduced bulk for the first time, I purchased about 20 ...
Here is Ross Neal's fanciful "mini layout", another MOC he built in his prolific 12th year. Since the TCLTC layout is still under constru...
Pacific Class (4-6-2) Steam Engine
This MOC was created by Ross Neal when he was 12! It is 8 studs wide, and is remarkabley faithful to the prototype...
Pennsy 0-4-0T Tank Engine
My intention with this MOC was to create as realistic an engine that I could (given the limitations of the 9 volt motor) tha...
This MOC of Percy represents a collaboration between me and my son Ross. I asked Ross to build a Percy to add to our repetoire of Thomas and Fr...
Sand Red Building
I don't have too much to say about this building-- I built it soon after TLC offered the sand red color in bulk. It will serve as a...
Ever since Ross built these back in 2001, I decided that they somehow needed to be a part of the TCLTC layout. ...
This is my version of Tom McDonald's famous Spamcake Diner™. There is a long story as to the origin of the Diner, but basically t...
Spamcake Diner™ Car
Ever wonder what the Spamcake Diner™ looked like before it became a diner? I did, and here is what I envisioned-- the Spamcake ...
Steam Engine 0-6-0
This MOC is Ross' first serious attempt at a steam engine. He really wanted to make it with functioning piston rods (which is not ...
The LocomotiveHere is my version of the Sante Fe Super Chief passenger train. When TLC first announced that it would be selling this engi...
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