dbevins built a very underrated train station, one that deserves much more attention. The facade is beautifully crafted in historic fashion, and the roof can be removed for interior play. Click below the images to see a video walk through. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAPyGcVI7QI&feature=youtu.be
It's not often that I get a chance to blog a Miniland scale model! Ralph Savelsberg built a Classic Car Garage, inspired from the light blue Pontiac Bonneville. The model includes several classic cars, Miniland figs, and a removable roof.
andreas.kvant posted great photos of SweBrick's Örebro Station, located in Sweden. The large model is true to real building, and includes a completed plaza, tracks and surrounding infrastructure. You can see the model at upcoming shows in Huskvarna (April) and Örebro (summer).
The Brickset 60th Anniversary Microscale Competition seems to have reminded a lot of folks of the (6990) Monorail Transport System. Two more builders entered the competition with their own micro builds, Julius von Brunk and legomanijak.
For the 60 Years of the LEGO Brick Competition tastenmann77 recreated the (6990) Monorail Transport System, in micro form. The recreation is made possible by the newer curved tiles.
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.