bricksandtiles built an amazing two story LEGO Central Station. The facade is richly detailed in a sort of classical style, and uses many elements in unique ways.
Inspiration from online resources and movies (think Pirates of the Caribbean) inspired DominikQN to create an old lighthouse. The build uses over 2000 pieces and includes a roof over the lighthouse keeper's residence that is uses fully functional lifting mechanism.
Tammo S. built a Micropolis kart racing circuit. This is the perfect model to use the newer rounded curve tiles, making for a fantastic track.
Norton74 began 2018 with a bang as he modeled an antique gas station. The scene is set from the 1920's, and features a classic Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix.
Toltomeja entered a contest with the West Coast Tower. The signalling tower was originally inspired from Citadels (card game) but quickly evolved from the initial idea.
Norton74's latest build is an unexpected barn find. Inside the barn is a collector's dream of a Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix. The barn itself is made exclusively of dark gray and brown tiles and features some nice details such as the telephone pole and farm equipment.
morecitybricks updated and expanded their previous train station. The station now includes wings on each side, housing a waiting room and cafe.
Tim Schwalfenberg built a visually stunning lighthouse from The Lighthouse: A Novel (1860) written by Elizabeth Harcourt Mitchell. The build is highly detailed with the great texture of the lighthouse, rocks and pathways, and loose water elements.
Ymarilego's latest addition to their seaside village models is a service station. The station has 2145 pieces and has an apartment on the second story. The model also comes with a tow truck and motorbike, and two mechanics ready to fix in broken vehicle.
The Tennessee Valley LEGO Club built an incredible 20 ft long model of the Henley Street Bridge in Knoxville! The model took more than two years to design and build and is made of more than 73,000 pieces. The project was a tremendous group effort as TNVLC member Peter Campbell points out. Sketches like these … Continue reading 20 ft Model of Knoxville’s Henley Street Bridge!