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#1 Redhead1982

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 01:24 PM

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This MOC is about one year old, and at the time I was  most proud of it. A bit later I found some flaws about it, however, I still kept it together for such a long time. It was my first try of making a 32-wide modular building, and I decided to go with a police station to join the modular Fire Brigade.

So, the front and the back of the house have some similarities with the FB.
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If the firemen play table tennis, the police squad plays basketball.
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It can be separated in 4 modules and has full interiors.
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In the ground floor, there's a garage for the motorcycle, a booth for the officer on call and the lobby.
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My favourite is the second floor with work area (filing cabinets and desktops)...
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...and a small kitchen where morning coffee or tea can be made.
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In the third floor, there are interogation room, a toilet and two more desktops.
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The best part of the day is when the fresh donuts are brought and they all gather in the kitchen for some chit-chat.
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The last two photos are here for a comparison of the police station with Fire Brigade and Green Grocer.
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And Happy 2012!

#2 lightningtiger

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 01:34 PM

Great work 'Redhead1982', the exterior is a perfect police station....clean and simple lines.....only a bike - hello Heartbeat ! :laugh:
The interior is well detailed right down to the toilet....must not forget the loo ! :wink:
Your police station fits well in this the modular theme of yours 'Redhead1982' ! :wink:
Brick On ! :grin:

#3 CptMugwash

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 01:45 PM

Woah, awesome work.  Really nice classic kinda station thar.  It has a really nice clean look to it, I think you've got everything there that a police station needs, the office is my favourite part. Great job!  :thumbup:   :classic:

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#4 Dakar A

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 02:53 PM

Great work, Redhead, I wish I had that for my city! :wink:
My onlt qualm is the garage door. If I were building this, I would have made it stand out more by making it in blue. Otherwise, I really like the use of mudguards as window toppers, and would like to say that the incorporation of the basketball hoop is very creativee, and that I PROBABLY wouldn't have thought about using that! :laugh:
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 02:43 PM

As I said in your other thread, I really like this. I'm glad you decided to share your MOCs here on Eurobricks, they deserve a wider audience!

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#6 cimddwc

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 02:49 PM

Really nice, including the details.  :thumbup:  Though the coffee machine might be a bit too small for all the cops. ;)

#7 Andy D

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 04:58 PM

Wow!  Another great MOC.  This one amazes me as much as the first one you posted.  I really like all the little interior details you put into your MOCS.  They are more than  just buildings, but are occupied.

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Get organized and build more is my plan for 2013!
Just build more is my plan for 2014! (Good luck with that!)
Neatness counts!
Let's go sorting
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2013 was a good plan, back to that!

#8 Ecclesiastes

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 06:02 PM

Great moc! Normaly I'm not that into dark blue roofs, but this stands out well!

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#9 doink

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 08:09 PM

I really like this - the design is well spaced and funished - I particularly like the garage and the basketball hoop.  The toilet is rather neat, too!

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