Sérgio

Layout: Serveja Vilage

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present a diorama that has the 4x4 baseplates(32x32) "Serveja Vilage"

In portuguese, Cerveja meens Beer, my name its Sérgio, and exists one city it calls "Beja" "Serveja" its just a little joke mixing all that names. :)

in this layout i try to everting the most realistic possible, use plenty of rare colors, to give a more sober, all trains are replicas of Portuguese trains think I've introduced them all here :)

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Can see more pictures here:

This work it was made with a veryveryvery helpful hand(and lots of pieces and a dream lego stock )of my friend and excelent afol João Paulo Fernandes.

Edited by Sérgio

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Wonderfull!

I'm often in Portugal (my parents live in Tavira) and I think you've captured the spirit with the trainstation and that super nice house with the red(ish) roof, good work :thumbup:

I haven't been able to study Portuguese trains yest (heck, Tavira doesn't even have a trainstation, just a stop) so I don't know if they're accurate. But it looks real good

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That looks absolutely gorgeous! The colours are perfect, the trains are wonderful, and all those details... what a fantastic diorama! Stunning.

Oh, and the train station is one of the best I've ever seen - especially the roof. So well done.

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Great work, Sérgio.

It's a wonderful scene with plenty of great details to look at. I particularly like the roofing solution on the station and the blue house.

Did you paint that tile mural on the side of the station?

Top job.

:classic: :classic:

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Wow, really nice. How did you do the blue mosaic on the side of the building?

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This is beautifull...wish i could build thing like this....!

Greetz, LegoSjaak

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WOW! *oh2*

This is TOTALLY COOL! Huge masterpiece and beautiful buildings, I like the architechture of the station :wub:

The windmill is awesome and the train depot absolutely great! :wub_drool:

The power line and the vegetation so highly detailed are a great touch :grin_wub:

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This is lovely, although I think it qualifies more under the category of "diorama" rather than being a complete layout. In any case, it is a brilliant scene and certainly shows once again that you have a great eye for detail. Could you please let us know some more about the trains / engines you've based your models on?

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Hi my friends!

Thank you all for the positive words!

The stickers are custom made, the paint in station its a original paint of one real random station in Portugal.

Thats right its a diorama, not a layout, i ask any moderator to change the title please to "MOC - "Serveja" train diorama" or someting like that...

The train models are "old" two of them have been front paged, later i add some more details about the trains, right now im on my mobilephone and ita hard to copy/past links and images

One more time thank you all!

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Very nice indeed!!! Love your details. Nice stickers too, that always makes is more complete. House and station are neat and elegant.

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The level of detail and realism are in your diorama fantastic. I really enjoyed seeing this.

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Excellent work creating this Sergio! This is very lovely and so detailed! You definitely captured a rustic look of an out-of-the-way town. I like the colors of the lime, white, and dark orange SUV, Could you post a close up of it? Great job on this default_classic.gif

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Excellent work creating this Sergio! This is very lovely and so detailed! You definitely captured a rustic look of an out-of-the-way town. I like the colors of the lime, white, and dark orange SUV, Could you post a close up of it? Great job on this default_classic.gif

that SUV its a Mod of 4437, i Change the colors, add a suplie tire ande make it convertible

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This is lovely, although I think it qualifies more under the category of "diorama" rather than being a complete layout. In any case, it is a brilliant scene and certainly shows once again that you have a great eye for detail. Could you please let us know some more about the trains / engines you've based your models on?

:)

About the trains they are all replicas of real stuff:

first, we have a passenger DMU "Allan CP350"

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the cargo train its a Cereal train, on front "English Electric CP1400"

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with 3 wagons "TDGS"

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parking inside garage It a "Bombardier CP1960"

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Out side the garage a Shunter "Sentinel CP1150"

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And finaly a little "Dresine"

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parking inside garage It a "Bombardier CP1960"

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Interesting, you've used strips of aluminum foil to simulate aluminum-framed windows. :classic:

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Wow, thanks for all the pics mate! I love your Cereal train - and its original version too :classic:

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This is wonderful. So many details to discover. I will come back here (or to flickr) several times!

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I'm very impressed! You've given us some really nice pictures and a lot of great ideas. I especially like your tile roofs! :thumbup:

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This is gorgeous. The level of detail is just great from the buildings, the roofs, the road, the modded vehicles, to the actual trains.

This layout is just stunning. :wub:

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very nice diorama! I really like the little Portuguese house with the blue bordering, just like so many houses there, love the roof too!

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Fantastic display ! You have used a good color-scheme, which makes the whole display look more natural.

So many nice details to study.Good use of yellow "chairs" under the hopper waggon TDGS.

Well done.

Edited by Selander

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Just awesome Sergio. Front-paged! :thumbup:

EDIT: Sergio: I hope you don't mind, but I changed your topic title to help identify your layout a little better.

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