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SalvoBrick

2009 version of my town

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Hello!

Some time ago I showed you the new buildings of my new town, made following the "modular building" system (16 x 16 or 16 x 32 studs size).

Now I've finished this year's layout; since in my house there isn't enough space, I've left it at my parent's house.

But now some pictures! :)

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General overview

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The station

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Backside of some of the buildings :)

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Why I sholld buy the new tow truck if I made my own version using some bricks I already have? :)

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The old hot dogs vendor now sells ice-creams :)

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Pizza delivery :)

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The station again, road side

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The main street

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Service station

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Break dance! :D

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Me and my wife's sigfigs :)

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Switch tower

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the main street, again

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the... blue corner cafe :) and the post office

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Pizzeria and other buildings

That's all for now. More pictures here:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=388365

Hope you like :)

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That's a great town layout, SalvoBrick! :thumbup:

I really :wub: it!

The houses, cars, minifigs and accessory are awesome! :oh:

The Esso garage and the police station are designed brilliantly and look very realistic! :thumbup:

The most I like the lovely details you included like e. g. the ice cream cart, the clothesline in the backyard or the breakdancers.

Very well done! :thumbup:

Klaus-Dieter

Edited by Klaus-Dieter

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Great. You're an expert at combining modular and classic town and at packing such a detailed layout in a relatively small space. (Just get that flesh-tone minifig out of there :wink: ) Too bad you can't take it home with you.

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Not that this isn't good or anything but I think I liked your old layout better.

:sceptic:

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Very nice town layout. The buildings are nice and all the little scenes you have set up really bring it to life.

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He that looks great :thumbup:

You really used up all the (limited) space you had in a very good way.

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Charming town! :thumbup: Love all the little CC standard buildings. As you can see in my signature I'm also a lover of this type of construction :wink:

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Hi,

all very nice.. tutto molto bello direi :classic:

special is pizza delivery :tongue: and ice-creams

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Wow, nice...I like the view on main street!

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Greetings! :classic:

I absolutely love your city layout! Very Nice! I tried sending you a PM hope you have received it.

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Excellent town layout. Very well done and the attention to detail is great.

I look forward to more :thumbup:

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Great looking town. I wish I had more bricks just so I could make my medieval village look something half as good as that.

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Wow that is amazing!

I love all the small details. :wub:

Especially the washing line.

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I wish i could build something to this standard. Brilliant work but im going to stick with non modular as a TFOL i prefer playability Over looks and my Cousins and nephew like to play with my lego so its alot healthier for me.

Edited by Mike Yates

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