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09: Bee in my bonnet

Posted by Kumata , Feb 09 2013 · 366 views

Lego Lone Ranger Steam Locomotive Frustration
A detailed picture of the upcoming Lone Ranger 'Constitution Train Chase' set has surfaced (and can be seen here). And I'll most likely buy it, by virtue of the fact that it contains a steam locomotive and I am a massive nerd for steam locomotives. However... there's one aspect of this set that bugs me severely, again because I am a massive nerd for steam locomotives...

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*A side rod or coupling rod is the metal bar that connects the driving wheels. For a steam locomotive not to have these is like a bicycle not to have pedals.

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Just so ya know, Lego bicycles don't have pedals either. :P



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That's ok, I'm not a bike enthusiast  they could make the bikes with solid immoveable wheels and I wouldn't particularly mind. :P

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