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MOC: Pop Up Restaurant I had a vacant city block in my run down Lego town and I decided that a temporary restaurant would fit in the space nicely. And because I can resist a bad pun I thought that a good theme for a pop up restaurant would be one shaped like a toaster. So here's my Restaurant MOC. I hope you enjoy it! Criticism, ridicule and comments most welcome!
I decided that what my ever expanding Modular City needed was a Subway. I'll get around to building the Platforms, Escalators and Tracks later. So I started by building a Subway Entrance to act as a Corner Modular in the Entertainment District part of my town. Here's the Top view: There are entrance's from both sides of the building and the Corporate Railway colours of Yellow and Blue are liberally splashed over the walls. Here's a view from one side: And a view from the Front: Here's some more images... Ticket machine to the Right in the Entrance Lobby (based on a design from www.brickbuilderspro.com), Tunnels leading to the Platforms in the Center and lost London 2012 Olympic Swimmer with Beat Box to the Left. The Roof is detachable so that you can access the Station Master's office on the second floor. He uses a bunch of different technologies: Rush Hour! And what Station entrance isn't complete without a broken down Bike chained to a Lamp-post? (the Fly looks bemused) I hope you like it and would appreciate any comments, criticisms, or suggestions!
eurotrash posted a topic in LEGO TownI downloaded plans from www.brickcitydepot.com for their Commercial building/Bar combo (http://www.brickcitydepot.com/city-building-instructions.html) and I then decided to extend out the Commercial Building by doubling it in size and stuff it full of a micro-brewery. It's still a Work In Progress and I'd like to add an office and a washroom in the next iteration, but I thought I'd share it with the forum to see if other ideas were forthcoming. Here's the front - I can't claim any credit for the facade. All I did was double the width to 32-bricks. Brick City Depot have done a fantastic job! Here's the Ground floor. The Ground floor contains the large mashing vats. There's a shelf full of sacks of hops ready to be added (via the red doors on top of the vats), there's a water supply, and there's a shelf full of other supplies (that was in the original BCD plans) The Top floor contains the bottling plant There's a tray of empty glasses on the conveyor belt, and as they pass through the filling station they're topped up with beer (though the beer looks a bit orangey - I didn't have any trans-brown!) and then they pass through to the bottling and packing part of the machine. Finally on the downslope belt there's two full box of beers produced and ready for dispatch. Finally, a shot of the rear of the building. I like the grungy, decayed feel to it and as I said the source building is from www.brickcitydepot.com and any credit for the outside must go to them. The plans they provided were excellent! Thanks for reading and comments and criticisms welcome! So, what should I add?