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MOC: Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen

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Last year I created Stockholm Metro in Lego. Please take a look here and here.

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One year later it's now time for a come back on this theme. This time I have built the station 'Medborgarplatsen', which lies in the city centre of Stockholm (capital of Sweden :wink: )

You are able to see reference pictures at the end of my post. Hope you like it! :wink:

Now, follow me down the escalator to the underground! :classic:

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

The dark blue pillars with the brightly coloured lines are probably the detail that characterize the station most.

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

There's always scary people in the Metro :look::oh3:

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

The escalator is probably the detail I am most satisfied with :wink: The steps consist of brick 1x2, with grill and tile 1x2, with grille - both in metallic silver :cry_happy:

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

Advertise.

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

Don't go near the edge when the driver is at this mood :P

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

Are you able to identify the two differences between the Metro used now and the one used in my last Metro-creation?

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

The station is modular.

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

...And it's possible to connect this station to the laste Metro-MOC I created:

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Stockholm Metro - Medborgarplatsen by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

Hope you like it! :classic:

Reference pictures:

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20120131_153548 by Lego.Skrytsson, on Flickr

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Edited by Skrytsson

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Mind blowing AWESOME 'Skrytsson', the train is cool, but it's the station and all the realistic detailing....the tiger :wub: every bit of it....the posters are just too much. Great to see some else who likes creating their own signs. :thumbup:

Brick On 'Skrytsson' ! :grin:

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Great job. I've been to Stockholm, but didn't ride the Metro - but from the pictures it's very clear that you've done a great job with recreating the original. I like the posters, they're very recognisable for a fellow Scandinavian :)

And that escalator really is fantastic - it looks just like the real thing. You have good reason to be happy with that!

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What a great MOC you've got. There's some fantastic attention to detail. Brick on!

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Wow it’s perfect!

The escalator is the best I’ve ever seen in lego form.

Hope to see, soon or later, the real one in Stockholm..

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Very nice.

Those escalators are perfect! Also the dustbins are great, simple but effective.

I must only say that I like the old metro better than the old one. The windows may be more accurate on the new one, but somehow they don't look that good.

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I'm standing at the platform of Medborgarplatsen right now, and I can confirm that your build is very accurate! :classic:

I love the use of colors, especially the mix of yellow on the walls.

Great job! :thumbup:

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Great MOC! Fantastic detail. Would you be willing to make the Lego style ads you used available. They are pretty amazing.

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Beautiful work there, I love the myriad of colours and textures that you have been able to work into this model, the level of detail is fantastic.

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Brilliant work; the escalators are fantastic.

Your use of the colours is so realistic

It would be great to see the platform a bit longer so you could put in more details.

You are right; the bloke near the rubbish bin does look scary. :wacko:

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Hi Skrytsson. I've been meaning to comment about this beautiful subway terminal for some time but I wanted to wait until I could draw some additional attention to it.

I would so love to see LEGO design and offer a detailed set like this.

Front-paged! :thumbup:

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Superb! Medborgarplatsen is my nearest station by the way. Nice to see it translated into LEGO.

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