TimBurdon

MOC: Town & Country Miniland Display

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Here are some recent images of my miniland Town & Country display.

The event was the BrickExpo LEGO Fan Event held in Canberra, Australia.

Quick stats:-

4.8 metres long

1.2 metres high at highest point

Over 50,000 pieces

and yes the tram was powered and trundled along the tracks in front of the display. Works great at keeping small fingers off the display.

Enjoy.

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I almost instantly recognized those bikes, They're so beautiful in black.

Great to see someone use a unofficial creator set alternative in a miniland display.

Assuming you didn't alter the design of the bike,

Here's some more info for those who like it and want to build there own:

The bike has been designed by Nathanaƫl Kuipers as an alternate from Lego Creator set 5867, Building instructions are available for purchase in a book called: The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2: More Amazing Vehicles (Even though I don't own this book (I had already reverse engineered all the models from the photo's on Brickshelf before the book came out, And I've seen some of the pages on amazon.) I can highly recommend it because the models are great.)

Love the display and all the little jokes/Easter eggs in it.

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Beautiful layout! My favourite part has to be the monkey on the top of the tower!

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I almost instantly recognized those bikes, They're so beautiful in black.

Great to see someone use a unofficial creator set alternative in a miniland display.

Assuming you didn't alter the design of the bike,

Here's some more info for those who like it and want to build there own:

The bike has been designed by Nathanaƫl Kuipers as an alternate from Lego Creator set 5867, Building instructions are available for purchase in a book called: The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2: More Amazing Vehicles (Even though I don't own this book (I had already reverse engineered all the models from the photo's on Brickshelf before the book came out, And I've seen some of the pages on amazon.) I can highly recommend it because the models are great.)

Love the display and all the little jokes/Easter eggs in it.

Thanks for passing on the information. It is a great book for ideas and I agree the bikes look great in black.

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