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  • Birthday 09/19/1974

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  1. rriggs

    REVIEW: 21029 Buckingham Palace

    Just as a point of note, buses aren't actually allowed on the roads in front of Buckingham Palace. So, some very minor artistic license there. Cheers Rog
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    Favorite non-Collectible Minifigs for City/Town

    I have always loved the airline pilot. Very classy and hasn't dated. Cheers Rog
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    need help

    Motorised or manual? Have you looked at the machanism in the Town Hall which is also three floors? Cheers Rog
  4. #6 - 5 points Some great entries and really interesting looking through them. Just one that stood out from the others for me though! Cheers Rog
  5. I love this scale of LEGO aircraft. The new ones have too many large pieces and the finished aircraft are too big. They are more playable but the space they take up plus the size of any runways or aircraft buildings is prohibitive. And that's before I start on the nostlgia element... Cheers Rog
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    What was your first major City/Town building?

    I'm quite happy this thread has been brought back to life. It's a great nostalgic read! What should new members do if they want to contribute to or discuss an old thread? They weren't here when it was started and starting a new thread to add their input seems illogical? Cheers Rog
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    WInter Village: Police station with car

    "Oh yaah" I was just about to say exactly the same! Great little MOC... Cheers Rog
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    Some really neat features - I most like the use of the wheel arch as the fin on the boot. I'm not sure what translator tool you are using or what language you are translating from but it's not done a very good job I'm afraid... Cheers Rog
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    City Square Home Hardware Store

    Looks very neat. I like the mini-modular kind of feel mixed with trad Town building techniques. The little slope/ramp up to the front door is particularly nice. Cheers Rog
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    Creator houses as city houses

    I use several Creator houses in my town. The town centre is made up of modular with a couple of MOCs. The suburb is mostly Creator houses. There's slight scale issues with some of them but if you don't put them directly side by side then it's OK. Cheers Rog
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    Home Hardware Store

    Very blue and very modern looking - I like it. Very neat use of chairs for the ends of the containers outside. However, I hate to be the one to point out the phallic sign on the front of the building... Cheers Rog
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    No weaponry and violence in City sets?!

    Living in a country where the police don't carry guns it works out as realistic for me... I for one wouldn't like to see LEGO bring more weapons, etc into the City theme. The innocence and simplicity of life in LEGO City is a nice escape from real life. There are enough weapons available in LEGO should anyone want their LEGO City citizens to "tool up". Cheers Rog
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    Buses - Nemo57

    Loving the use of the train track pins as the poles for the doors. I always knew there'd eventually be a use for those! Really like the bus and the multiple doors although not sure about the yellow wheels. Nice to see it is six wide too. I like the scale of six wide as it fits nicely with buildings and road plates. Cheers Rog
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    MOC - New Fire Headquarters

    Hi Glad you like the fire HQ, The green boat is a patrol boat and there are photos here - http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=77555 Unlike the fire HQ, the patrol boat is still alive and well! Cheers Rog
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    [MOC] Livingroom

    70s!?! That looks like my living room today... Really neat little MOC Cheers Rog