This assortment of cars was created for the BayLUG train layout.
Designed around the brush from the LEGO Car Wash, this truck provides an important civic service.
Another boat entry, this ordinary one-piece LEGO inflatable boat is improved with the addition of a control console and outboard motor.
Another boat and vehicle combination, this sailboat sits high on its trailer but if you remove the keel it looks good on a blue baseplate representing water.
The revised trailer for this truck is a bit more realistic. Compare it with the original version.
At this meeting we had a contest for town vehicles, in which I had seven entries.
Tour the country in comfort in this luxurious model. Sleeps three minifigs: one above the cab and two in the rear. Includes a complete galley for cooking meals on the road, and television over the rear bed which is connected to a satellite dish on the roof.
The roof comes off for optimum playability.6665: River Runners set.
My Garbage Truck gathers up all the MegaBloks and other unwanted material from the LEGO town.
Another way of transporting sand and gravel is a dump truck with a trailer. First the truck dumps its own load, then the hopper on the trailer is moved into that of the truck, and it can then dump that one as well. This is a fairly common design, at least in my part of the world.
This modern low-floor bus provides easy entry and exit for all minifigs. The doors are mocked up - they don't actually move but can be posed in either open or closed position.
The hitch design is the same as that of the yellow hopper truck so they can exchange trailers.
Held the weekend before the train show, this was our last chance to get everything right.
This was a rehearsal meeting for the coming train show.
Due to its distinct V-shaped tail, the original Bonanza is one of the world's most recognizable aircraft.
Last updated: 09/19/2007 William R. Ward, email@example.com