LEGO Train Projects: 7 Creative Models (Paperback)

LEGO Train Projects: 7 Creative Models By Charles Pritchett Cover Image

LEGO Train Projects: 7 Creative Models (Paperback)


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Step-by-step instructions for building 7 realistic LEGO train models.

LEGO Train Projects shows you how to build seven detailed train models to get your brick citizens riding the rails in style. Featuring clear, full color, step-by-step instructions, this book makes it easy to build fun, realistic models that will delight train lovers of all ages.
Charles Pritchett has been building with LEGO for over 35 years. As a professional graphic, UI, and UX designer, he has great insight into how people see instructions and how to lead them through the steps required to reach an end goal.
Product Details ISBN: 9781718500488
ISBN-10: 1718500483
Publisher: No Starch Press
Publication Date: September 1st, 2020
Pages: 208
Language: English
"As you might expect from veteran LEGO publisher No Starch Press, this is a quality title that delivers for LEGO fans new and old."
—Blocks Magazine

"Anyone looking to build elegant LEGO trains should pick up this title."

“As a book, LEGO Trains Projects is a great gift for the LEGO train fan.... So get the book and start building!" 
—Brick Journal

"A great book for those who aspire to recreate vast [LEGO train] displays or merely enjoy taking a train around a simple circle of track. The instructions are easy to follow and the way the elements are presented are extremely useful."

“The presentation and content of the book are second to none, as we've come to expect from No Starch Press, and if you want to build some American-style rolling stock to supplement official sets on your layout you will find a lot to like here.”

"A comprehensive and well thought out guide to building impressive, accurate, and aesthetically pleasing train components."
—The Brick Blogger

"If you are an AFOL who wants to enter into the LEGO® Trains world, or a LEGO® Trains AFOL with no more ideas for some new wagons, this is your book." 
—HispaBrick Magazine

"A good job of highlighting the elements so you don't get lost while building."

"A work of art. It looks stunning."