We start with the M28 shunter, I think it looks awesome:
There are larger engines as well. The NOHAB has Swedish origins. In Hungary it has been known as the M61. It may be familiar to everyone who travelled around Lake Balaton:
There are electrical engines too. This is the V43:
We can see interesting trains in the capital as well. This is the Cogwheel train that brings you up to the closest hill:
Once you are up, you can take the Children's railway to take a trip amongst the hills:
As the image shows the minifigs are all well. But I am sure they get tired in the fresh air. The way home is quick and comfortable in this Combino:
I am totally flattered. Each one of these has been built in LDD but they are all original: the details are right and they are instantly recognizable, full of happy minifigs. On the blog you can find other engines too: there is a V63, an M41, and M62 "Sergey" as well.
Congratulations to depi for the cool creations!