Hello there. No, no, I am not dead. I am so busy that I have almost no time to write here… but I am working actively on two LEGO areas: robots and trains. And today I want to share with you two of my latest creations.
I have created two different layouts to work with slopes. First, the longest LEGO Train track with several switch tracks that I have built so far.
And then this past weekend I have built a two levels loop using ramp up and down to the sides and Horizon Express.
Now I am just waiting for the new LEGO Trains ( and Train Station )that are going to be release this summer so that I can get more tracks and more trains to make it even bigger and better! :)
8 thoughts on “Playing with LEGO Train Tracks: Slopes, x-crosses and levels”
Hello, do you put 2 motors in the tgv? 2 in the front loco or 1 in the front loco and 1 in the back loco? thanks for your answer.
I used just one motor… and low charged batteries. With full batteries it moved fast enough. If you have a powerfunctions switch ( or a very long long cable ) you can just add another IR on the back and reverse polarity on the motor there…
I should try it myself…
How many track pieces did you use on those inclines?
10 tracks. My living room isn’t big enough for proper LEGO train tracks :D
12-16 would be have been the best…
I’m in a Condo, so its good to see you can squeeze it in the space. What did you make the raised track supports out of. So far I can tell its lattice tower, black and white and grey brick, and then some kind of length of plank.
I applied all this: http://thetechnicgear.com/2014/02/howto-create-lego-train-inclines/
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Hi, how many lego scaffold pieces did you use to support the elevated tracks? Do you have a rough ballpark number? I’m trying to put together a grocery list of lego bricks to order online and I would like to build myself an almost similar setup with an elevated track.