Lego train tracks

Elevate your Lego train set with these creative track ideas. Discover how to build exciting layouts and create endless possibilities for your Lego train adventures.
Track Planning for LEGO® Trains, Part 4: Planning Your Layout — Monty's Trains Lego City, Legos, Layout, Lego Train Station, Lego Train Tracks, Lego City Train, Lego Trains, Lego Architecture, Lego Modular

Over the course of the first three installments of this blog , we have established a functional knowledge of the track parts available to us and how they fit together. Now it is time to start applying that knowledge to building a layout. Before we put pencil to (virtual) paper, much less lay down t

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James Davis
Track Planning for LEGO® Trains, Part 3: Custom Track Pieces — Monty's Trains Lego City, Workshop, Legos, Layout, Lego Train Tracks, Lego Trains, Lego City Train, Lego Factory, Lego Track

The first two installments of this series have only used LEGO® train track pieces officially offered by the LEGO® company. We observed several times that the geometry of these pieces can be limiting to those who want more realistic trains or more complicated layouts. For this reason, a small industr

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Len Lines
Lego City, Legos, Layout, Lego City Train, Train Layouts, Lego, City, Search, Google Search

I've been mentioning a full-on LEGO city (note the lowercase 'C') for awhile now, and at last I have decided upon where it will go, and that has given me an exact size, which in turn let me flesh out a possible set of details in BlueBrick. THIS IS NOT FINISHED! Click the picture above to see it full-sized with some quick annotations. Pay no attention to the finest details of what sets are depicted, where small gaps appear in the tracks, etc. None of that is relevant. This is a draft digital…

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Malthe Rasmussen
Track Planning for LEGO® Trains, Part 4: Planning Your Layout — Monty's Trains Layout, Legos, Lego City, Lego, Cool Lego, Lego Design, Lego Ideas, Lego Track, Vehicle

Over the course of the first three installments of this blog , we have established a functional knowledge of the track parts available to us and how they fit together. Now it is time to start applying that knowledge to building a layout. Before we put pencil to (virtual) paper, much less lay down t

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Wina Soul