How to Build a Lego Train?

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To build a Lego train, take your first Lego with wheels to be used as the engine car. Build up the sides of the engine car so that they are slightly higher than the middle. Put small, flat Legos with markings on the blocks and place them in the middle front part of the train. Place the Lego conductor closely behind the controls in the middle of the first car. Attach your engine car to the next car. Add Legos to the second car to achieve the look you want.
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