Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Trolley (The Return)
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How this project started:
This is my 100th post, and I figured that improving a project from the past would be the best thing to do. Afterall, Ole Kirk Christiansen, the founder of the LEGO Company, said that "Only the best is good enough." Bringing the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Trolley project back was partly inspired by a documentary I recently watched about Mister Rogers himself. Another fact was that I was building a box that said "143" in commemoration of Mister Rogers last night, and I was trying to build a trolley. Instead of building a new one, I decided to improve upon the older model.
The Mister Rogers' Nieghborhood Trolley remake is 353 pieces. Included in this project is a block with the number "143" on it, a trolley, and a Mister Rogers minifigure. The 143 Block has rails on top of it to hold the trolley, as well as a stud jutting out from the middle to hold onto the trolley from its underside. Mister Rogers' trolley has a removable roof, which gives access to a seating area for three minfigures. There are also railings that Mister Rogers can hang onto on both sides of the trolley.
Thank you all for supporting this project! Please tell me what you think of it in the comments section. Mister Rogers was not only a truly good man, but he was also a quick-witted innovator. He peacefully turned the government from trying to get rid of PBS, he spread great messagesto love one another, and that you're wonderful the way you are. Have a good day, everyone! Project by Joseph cheeseinthepie. 9/18/2018