This building was one of my first contributions to the BayLTC train layout, and the first one that I posted pictures of online.
On my old site, these were four separate entries, but in reposting them I have combined them into one.
Here’s another old post from my old site.
This model is dedicated to the memory of my father, Robert H. Ward, who flew the PB4Y-2 on flare-dropping missions during the Korean War in the early 1950’s. He passed away on November 9, 2001. I built it in the fall of 2001. He never got to see it, but it was on display at his memorial service.
Another repost from my old site…
Another repost from 2001.
These were some of the first LEGO models I made as an adult, which I first posted on my old site in 2001.
These little guys are miniature robots or mecha, made as an experiment in getting new uses from some rather specialized parts.
Continue reading “October 9, 2001: Micro Mechs”
This was the first LEGO model I ever posted about online, on my old personal blog.
Unlike the rest of my models, this was not built using my own LEGO collection. During a trip to Germany in August 2001, I visited with some German LEGO fans at the home of Holger “HoMa” Matthes in MÃ¶nchengladbach, and we built some accessories for their train layout. I built this pedestrian bridge.
Continue reading “September 25, 2001: Pedestrian Bridge”