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Aquazone Deep Sea Cargo Train
The Aquazone Deep Sea Cargo Train system is used to transport goods across vast distances between underwater destinations.
About this creation
Seen here is one Puller unit and one Cargo unit of the Deep Sea Cargo Train system used by the Aquazone Aquanauts. Each unit holds one pilot. The Pusher unit has the most raw power, while the Cargo unit has just enough thrust to maneuver it into place. The front and back of both units can link to any other unit to form long cargo trains underwater. The two arms on the Cargo unit are for grasping heavy objects and loading them into its holding area.





This unit is also a part of the Whitetron storyline (join the Whitetron group to add your own Whitetron themed MOCs!). This is a continuation of the Unitron Core story, starting from where Ewen Albright left off in his MOC, Whitetron Scout:

When the Whitetron stealth unit landed on the water planet of Aquatron, the pilot docked his craft on a floating space port and snuck aboard a Cargo unit. He broke into the control system and moved the craft onto a Cargo Train heading to Aquamarianas, the deepest trench on the planet. When the train passed over the trench, his Cargo unit detached and headed down into the depths. Once half-way down, he exited the craft and drilled into the cliff wall. After some time, a part of the wall crumbled, revealing an open space with a large shiny object. It was the second piece of the Unitron Core, hidden there eons ago to protect the universe from its power. The pilot loaded the object into the Cargo unit, and headed back to the top of the trench, where he took a passing Cargo Train back to the space port. He then loaded his stealth unit with the Core piece, and took off for planet Earth, a destination he would never reach...



Comments

 I like it 
  April 4, 2014
This is very beautiful. Unfortunately, there is relatively little Aquazone MOC's. But your creation is great.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2011
Hope to see new MOCs here one day ;-)
 I like it 
  December 28, 2009
aquanauts (well that and space police the old one) was one of my fav series nice to see some one still remembers this series i think the lego company was obsesed with water or something they made sooo many series that were aqua based which were awesome i just got one of the atlantis sets which is a sea sled and they have cool looking helemets i think lego should stick to aquatic series lol
 I made it 
  February 17, 2009
Quoting Ben Lidvall Very cool sub. Have you seen my Sea Sprint 13 yet?
Thanks! And yes I did see yours, I left a review on it 3 days ago, hopefully you can see it.
 I like it 
  February 15, 2009
I'm with Nick. It's like WOWOooooo thinking back lol. I love this!
 I like it 
  February 15, 2009
I'm with Nick. It's like WOWOooooo thinking back lol. I love this!
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  February 10, 2009
Oh man, the nostalgia is overwhelming! Aquazone was the first LEGO theme that I was given a set of, I think for my 6th or 7th birthday? Man it was so long ago, oh the memories, thank you for this! I absolutely love it.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2009
Superb. It makes me sad that I missed Aquazone - Anyway, very creative, and the presentation is perfect as usual. Cool !!!
  February 2, 2009
Come to think of it, one wonders how it was put into the wall in the first place...
 I like it 
  February 2, 2009
Hmm... Nice. I like the idea of an aquatic train. I ought to build in this theme myself sometime. Actually, Ben, he ran into M:Tron. They've got these new things called "Magnetar Energizers", and they can rip you to shreds with a few shots. Are the Vekens related to the Alpha Centaurians, by any chance?
 
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