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2012 Miniature Trains On The Coast model train show

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2012 Miniature Trains On The Coast model train show

Post by brickie on Mon 16 Jul 2012, 4:28 am

BLTG will be setting up on Friday afternoon and night in readiness for the Gold Coast train show on Sat 21st and Sun 22nd. The show will be held at Ashmore PCYC – Dominions Road Ashmore [ which is at the back of Southport ].

Members will be presenting our 'Train Trip Through Time' which has been very popular at Brisbane and Toowoomba.

We are hoping that many of our new members will come along and join in the fun of presenting a LEGO display. Whilst we have 'train' in our name, many members focus on the many other facets of a display other than LEGO trains.

Saturday night, on the way home from having fun with LEGO, we stop at a hotel for a meal and many 'war stories' from shows past and present. legolaugh



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Re: 2012 Miniature Trains On The Coast model train show

Post by shieldzee1 on Mon 16 Jul 2012, 9:04 am

sadly I can't go this time around got markets this weekend (my business has picked up now I work 2 times a month now) but I hope all goes well.

but I will be dropping in to bricks n fun on Wednesday afternoon have to pick up some bricks for my sister.

Working on a moc at this time hope to have it done in 2-3 weeks time.

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Post by Red_Five on Wed 18 Jul 2012, 9:52 am

Hey Brickie, I'm still working on my Train MOC as I type this - it won't be 100% finished as I'm waiting on parts, but runs ok so I'll bring it. I'll also bring an Octan Wagon for the fuel train.

Hope to see everyone there. legowink

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Re: 2012 Miniature Trains On The Coast model train show

Post by brickie on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 5:19 am

Another great show for BLTG.

The crowd really loved the display.

The organisers of the Miniature Trains on the Gold Coast certainly know which display attracts and keeps the kids; and parents. Next year they want BLTG to take a leaf out of PAL's book and attempt a Lego world record to attract a bigger crowd.

Anybody got any ideas?

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Post by Red_Five on Fri 03 Aug 2012, 9:15 am

brickie wrote: ...Next year they want BLTG to take a leaf out of PAL's book and attempt a Lego world record to attract a bigger crowd.

Anybody got any ideas?

Remember this? http://www.recordholders.org/en/list/lego.html

Everything I can think of has already been done. legosad

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Re: 2012 Miniature Trains On The Coast model train show

Post by peterab on Sun 05 Aug 2012, 11:16 am

Be careful using the above list as it seems out of date, I'm pretty sure both the fastest and longest train records have been broken since those recorded there. I'm absolutely sure the longest train track has.

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