Lovely dark green church in the middle of this town! Posted by Fabioct on brickshelf.com.
Queen Anne Victorian house (with a touch of Richardsonian Romanesque) by Boise Brick on moc-pages.com.
Nordic wharf scene based on a small boat wharf in Elsinore, Denmark. Built by Henrik Hoexbroe and posted on moc-pages.com.
Every town and city should have at least one! Public library by Teddy on moc-pages.com.
Do you like the official Grand Emporium set? Well this “IZ Emporium” by Aliencat on moc-pages.com is even bigger and grander 😀
Oil tanker by Andy Espenes on moc-pages.com
I’m not wild about oil tankers, especially not off the BC coast here, but I’m a sucker for industrial scenes in LEGO!
Victorian IIIB house by Softarae on Moc-pages.com.The source page has lots more detail pics of this amazing 33” high, 17,000+ piece building, well worth a visit.
The detailing on the facade is beautifully done, using a mix of common parts and some you really wouldn’t expect to see on the front of a building!
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There’s a lot going on in this area around my Apartment Block model, including a guy chasing after the tow truck that’s taking his car away, a classic motorbike and recycling truck from the 90s, and even minifigs from LUGNET and Brickfest PDX 2004. More pics later 😀
Instructions for the Apartment Block are available both separately and as part of a bundle with other LEGO building instructions.
I like all the rounded shapes and greenery, and the loose trans pieces that represent water.