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Canadian National Train
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This is a model of the CN (Canadian National) Rail trains in Canada. I thought I would build this train because I am a fan of trains and liked the CN trains best.
The potential set includes:

1 Locomotive with detailed paint job and a CR (City Rails) logo on the side. I put CR on the side instead of CN, for licence purposes. The interior is complete with a throttle lever, dials, and a small table to put your mug on. The middle trucks, (wheels) slide so the train doesn't get stuck on the curves.

1 car for carrying shipping containers with lego sets,TNT boxes, manual brakes, (they don't work,) and opening doors that lock.

1 grain car with funnels, (they do not open), hand brakes, and cooling stuff on top. It also has a grain symbol on the sides.

1 lumber car with lots of lumber, a ladder, and more manual brakes.

All cars have tail lights.

1 forklift with extending boom, and chain for lifting lumber, and 2 palettes.

1 flat-bed delivery truck for carrying palettes.

16 curved track pieces and 14 straight track pieces.

3 mini-figures: 1 engineer, 1 forklift operator, and 1 delivery man.

Also includes: 1 crossing and 2 signal lights.

*No Illegal Building Techniques Used*
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r2d2j2b2
8 months ago
Looks great! Is it possible to motorize the locomotive?
SirBrickatroyd
8 months ago
Thank you! I'm sure you could moterize it, but I haven't tried.
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