World Record - Longest pulled LEGO Train: 126 cars!




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Published on Nov 1, 2011

First German LEGO Train Club: World record holder for longest pulled LEGO train.
- no parts were lubricated or glued
- no push engine or hidden motor was used
- use of nothing but standard magnet couplings (most never used before)
- 90% of waggons were new (rest like new)
At Festi-Briques French LEGO Fans have run a 170 cars long train!
Photographs at brickshelf:
So this old record for logest train is obviously atomized! Congratulations to the French LEGO Fans!

Further Record facts (French train Oct. 2011):
152 tanker from 7939 Set (each 22 stud length incl. coupling),
1 Custom Loco (31 stud),
1 BNSF Loco; 2 motors (37 stud),
1 Custom Maersk Loco; 2 motors (50 stud),
4x 3741 Loco 1 motor each (27 stud),
3x 3742 tender (19 stud),
10x waggon with 2+2 axles in bogies (27 stud),
2 waggons with 2 axles (19 stud)

Summarized: 10 Motors and 362 wheel-pairs
total length: 3935 studs = 31,5 meter.
That French train has been the longest (3935studs), contained the most axles (362) and the highest numbers of cars in 1 train (170 cars).

infos taken from here:
The longest "front engine pulled" LEGO train is still the German one: 126 cars (each 18.5 studs) made a full loop on an oval (at 127 waggons derailment occured).


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