Take the Train to Cakeville

Is your 5-year-old into steam trains as much as he is into LEGO? Builder Alexander (aka narrow_gauge) combines both of these passions into his LEGO steam engine cake.
Woolshed Flat

Though you can’t eat it, this creation makes me shiver with delight just looking at it. From the wood bottom border to the shrubbery and birdlife, everything is detailed inexactness. As far as technical work goes, Alexander doesn’t hide any of his capabilities as a LEGO railroad engineer. It’s great to see the train wheels actually on the track as it curves around the hillside. Very few builders take on an original railroad track design, and this one is flawless.

And look! There’s even a bridge! Builds like this keep kids into both trains and bricks their entire lives. Woolshed Flat


2 comments on “Take the Train to Cakeville

  1. Håkan

    Hmm, not sure if it’s actually supposed to represent a cake. I guess the “candles” really are meant to represent some kind of local Australian bird… (Cockatoos?)

  2. Raised

    It would have been nice if you guys would have told that this entry is part of OcTRAINber, the building contest organized by BMR…

Comments are closed.