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  1. Here is my latest Modular MOC, a Tiki Bar & Restaurant with a townhouse next door. I completed this MOC in the spring but just got around to photographing it this past week, so I thought I would share it here. This will be a very image-intensive post, so if you want to see all of the images on Flickr, check out my album here! Here's the full front view, with both buildings side by side. A closer view of the facade of the Tiki Bar. I named the bar HAU after the Infected Bionicle mask that adorns the entrance. Now to look inside! The A-frame Archway clips on and can easily be removed in order to access the individual floors. The A-frame Archway, Disassembled from the main structure. Top floor of the Tiki Bar. The chef prepares Polynesian-inspired chicken and seafood recipes in the kitchen. The best seats in the house are at the banquet table on this floor, giving diners a unique experience. The second floor of the restaurant and the bottom floor of the townhouse. More townhouse pictures are coming up. This floor of the restaurant has an opening that overlooks the bar below. The dining tables on the second floor. The walls are adorned with traditional Polynesian-inspired Tiki decor such as nautical paraphernalia and seashells, and globe lamps light the restaurant from above. Overlooking the bar below is a loft area with a giant Tiki idol and a colorful banner. The stairs leading to the top floor have some hidden skulls beneath them. All of the great Tiki bars have lots of hidden details. The bottom floor of the restaurant, with the bar and additional dining areas. The bar area has lots of traditional Tiki mugs lining the shelves made from an old boat hull. Another large Tiki statue looms from the archway in the back. The front door from the inside, showing the torches that help to create the appropriate level of lighting. The lavatory is hidden off in the area behind the bar. After getting past the Tiki idol on the ground floor, patrons will find the stairs to the upstairs level, along with a door to the outside... ...where they can find cozy outdoor patio with intimate seating for two. And now, for the adjoining townhouse: The top floor of the townhouse, with a loft-style bedroom and bathroom. The townhouse bathroom. The open kitchen on the first floor, with a small dining nook. A cozy living area allows the resident to watch their favorite TV shows or relax with a good book. The back of the apartment has a small porch with flowerbeds and seating. Thanks for looking! Again, the whole gallery can be located here!
  2. Hi everybody, I'm new here (link to my presentation), and to introduce myself to all of you I'd like to share some of my creations. Some of you may already have seen the mods I showed early today in the SW forum, but now I'd like to show something completely original, and probably my favourite digital moc so far. I am a lover of the Winter Village Creator Expert series and I decided to create something myself to expand my town. I thought that in the winter village line were missing a market to feed the poor cold minifigures, so I started LDD and I created a small grocer! The name clearly isn't casual. I decided to make a tribute to the famous modular building, the green grocer, and working with this idea in mind I realized some details in a similar way to the original building! I leave to you the game to find all the similarities! I haven't actually built a real model since some parts are not existing in the colors I choosed, but I guess in the future I will find a solution to replace them. Those are some renders I made: Winter Green Grocer by SpaceBrick, on Flickr winter grocery stairs by SpaceBrick, on Flickr winter grocery well view by SpaceBrick, on Flickr My goal was to create something similar to the existing winter sets, so the Grocer isn't so big in terms of pieces (around one thousand) and is completely open on the rear, just like the Toy Shop or the Santa's Workshop: Inside Winter Green Grocer by SpaceBrick, su Flickr inside winter grocery 2 by SpaceBrick, su Flickr inside winter grocery upper floor by SpaceBrick, su Flickr The ground floor is the actual shop, the first floor is a sort of a warehouse and a office for the grocer's owner. The roof is quite simple by choice, in this way is more similar to the other winter buildings. Outside there are a couple of more details. There's a well, a snow covered tree and a lamp, that always come with Lego winter sets! I also created some minifig to complete the scene, in particular there are the shop owner, a customer and a mailman, useful to deliver new daily supplies. winter grocery well 2 by SpaceBrick, su Flickr Winter Green Grocer accessories by SpaceBrick, su Flickr I submitted this project also to Lego IDEAS, and it has been selected in those days to appear in the Staff Picks in the Ideas homepage.I honestly do not think that the project will go much further, because unfortunately winter village is not a click-catcher theme, but if you like my project I leave here a link to the related page: WINTER GREEN GROCER If you wanna take a look, in the page there are also a few updates where I tried to combine more than one shop, just like that: LEGO Summer Green Grocer - double, tiled roof by SpaceBrick, su Flickr And this is it, I hope you enjoyed my modest moc! Thank you for watching, if you like my creation please leave a comment!
  3. As a camper van, the 31052 Vacation Getaways set is far too big for my taste. But as an exception to the rule (the rule being that alternative 3in1 models are uninspiring and poorly made) the Hillside House style small building looked sort of nice in the pictures, and the sand blue windows and door frame were enticing. So in all the places of the world, I found this set for a good price in Switzerland, which otherwise must be the most expensive country in Europe... €41 for one set. I got one and built the house. It felt even smaller than I had thought, but with another set, it could be expanded... So I bought a second set, but didn't end up expanding the house. Instead, I started playing around with LDD. The result is a 16-wide three-storey modular building based on the idea of using the sand blue windows. The back side is very plain, as are the sides of the building. There is no interior, save for steps that take you from floor to floor, apart from the ground floor, which doesn't have any steps... I'm not too fond of creating interiors for residential buildings, since they are all more or less the same, so this will most likely remain empty. I hope you like it!
  4. Hello! I'd like to present my newest modular, which I completed late last year. This is my biggest Modular MOC to date and features three different business all under one roof: A book store, an ice cream parlor, and a music shop! Here's the overview of the building. At the street level, there is a music store facing south and an ice creamery facing east. Next to the ice cream shop is the entrance to the upstairs bookstore. A street level view of the south side of the building. A close-up of the music store facade, with an interior view. A street level view of the east side. Ice cream shop facade close-up. Top-down view of the ground floor. Inside the music store. "Weird Al" Yankovic is looking for a new accordion. Inside the ice cream shop. The hippie was disappointed that there were no vegan options available. Inside the bookstore, where the mechanic is looking for a nice book on Eastern philosophy while the old man gets sucked in to his favorite spy novel. ] The employees are always helpful for those searching for that perfect book or to froth some milk for a nice hot latte to go with it. Some of the customers prefer their books to be read to them by a celebrity. The upstairs reading loft comes out to give access to the area below. After completing his purchase, the mechanic asked the bookstore girl out for ice cream, and they seem to have hit it off. "Weird Al" Yankovic was a little disappointed that the shop didn't carry accordions, but he did find a good deal on a new guitar. Meanwhile, the old man just can't put down that spy novel. I do have one minor confession! I used a non-Lego part (The BrickWarriors Spartan Shield) as a building decoration. I didn't realize it was a custom piece at the time of the build, having acquired it in a large bulk purchase a few weeks before. Being a purist when it comes to my MOCing, I've since removed and replaced it, but I just had to get that off my chest. Whew! There are plenty more pics in my Flickr folder! Thanks for looking!
  5. MOD: Modular Toy &Grocery Shop 31036

    Okay, so this is what I started with. One set was well enough for the 2-storey version, but I ended up getting an extra set and building a third floor. It's still a WIP, though. The window decorations are not completed; I'm waiting for a PAB order and after that, I still need some tan cheeses. The ground floor storefront is empty (or nearly empty, I've temporarily put the 31036 minibuilds there). It will ultimately be a bags & accesories store. The chewing gum machine will remain, though. From the side, you can see that the sand green facade is sort of a charade, all the other walls are white on the ground floor as well. I'm quite satisfied with the backside. The ground floor is a little plain since I want to use the back wall of the store for shelves. The second floow interior is borrowed from Olivia's house 3315. There's room for the huge TV, the sofa and some lamps on the wall. The small stand by the stairs is a 31036 original design. Sadly no room for a refigerator in the open kitchen. The bedroom is on the third floor. All the furniture is from Olivia's house 3315 except for the lamp, which is from 3136, where it featured as a (very small) street lamp. The two grey flat 1x1 round tiles will be removed after I receive one more tan grille 1x2.
  6. Modulars with open-back?

    A couple of times, I have seen mentioned that some people make their modulars into open-back buildings. Partly to make it open-back, like classic town, partly to save bricks for other buildings. - But I have never seen it done, and have not found any pictures of it. The reason for my questions is that, I have become the happy owner of two modular buildings, but I still prefer open-back buildings (which also make up most of my buildings), and therefore consider to MOD them. Now I seek some experiences/views on this. Therefore, if you remove the back-walls of your modulars, do you just remove the wall(-s), or do you even MOD the building, so it becomes less deep to better fit the classic open-back style? Have you any pictures of it? Thank you in advance!
  7. As already mentioned in a thread covering the same topic (which unfortunately never got finished) here is a complete review: Basic info: Set number & name: 10234 Sydney Opera House Year released: 2013 Age group: 16+ Number of pieces: 2988 (BrickLink) Theme: Sculptures Price: 279,99 EUR S@H Specific value (ppp): 0,094 EUR/part After three years a new building was finally released in the sculptures series (though now officially called creator expert and joining together some other exclusives as well) - the famous Sydney Opera House. An interesting fact is that the same building was already released in 2012 in miniature form in architecture series. However, it was quite an appropriate time to release it again, now in the largest official lego scale, as the opera is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Box: The box is huge and suggests already at first glance that it contains a lot of bricks. The length and the height are the same as with the modulars, while the thickness of 17 cms makes it the second thickest lego box, tied with 10888 Death Star and exceeded only by 10179 UCS Millenium Falcon. The new TLG approach is also evident inside the box as it is completely full. Contents: 16 bags, 1 blue 32x32 and 1 blue 48x48 baseplate, 4 instructions books and 1 big white box containing additional 12 bags, 1 dark tan plate 16x16 and 1 blue baseplate 16x32. A total of about 5 kilograms of contents. Unlike in Tower Bridge the bags are numbered here. As it customary with very big sets, the biggest bags also contain some smaller bags with the smallest parts. Interesting pieces: The predominant colour in the set is dark tan and consequently some bricks appear for the first time in this colour here. New bricks in dark tan in the year of release are plates 2x3 and 1x6, cheese slopes 1x1 and 1x2, slope 33 3x1 and new half arch 1x5x4. Plate 6x14, curved slope 1x4 and tile 1x3 are also new bricks in dark tan which are currently unique to this set. Trans black brick 1x2x5 and white slope 33 3x3 double concave are also unique to this set. Like Tower Bridge the opera is also built on blue baseplates which are not very common in sets. Since 1997 and the demise of the first generation of pirates, the 16x32 baseplate only appears in sculptures series. The 32x32 baseplate appears here as a part in the set for the first time in nearly 10 years, while the largest 48x48 baseplate is brand new and currently unique to this set. Instructions: The instructions come in 4 books. A random page from the instructions book. As the set is an officially licensed product, the first instructions book starts with a brief description of the original building. The build: The bricks from bags 1 and 2 are used to build the base and the lower part of the building. The building here comprises mostly the assembly of a sturdy support. Here the first detail appears that gives a hint what techniques would be used in roof construction. One of the most interesting elements of the second part of the base is extremely sophisticated curvature on the northern part of the building. It is very precisely filled with plates and wedge plates that leave almost no gaps between them and the edge. The original building has quite an asymmetric design that undoubtedly presented a challenge for TLG designers to re-create all these lines as accurately as possible in this model. The sections of the building not in alignment with the base are nicely designed with the use of hinges and some of such lines can also be seen on the sides of the base. The lower part finished. The bricks from bags 3 are used to build The Concert Hall on the western side of the building. It is built in two separate parts which are then joined together in a modular way. A base with support for the roof is built first and then the roof is attached to it. The distinctive shell-shaped roof is constructed in halves, with all segments following the same building principle. They are attached to the support via plates with pin bottom. A view under the roof before the last segment is put in place. The supporting frame is relatively simple. Its most interesting feature is being mounted at such an angle that it allows a very accurate imitation of the inclined roof. The support is mounted to the base via ball joints, yet the entire structure is rigid and consequently the roof segments do not sway. Third part finished. The shape is already very recognizable. Now only the bricks from bags 4 remain which are used to build The Opera Theatre on the eastern side, the roof of the restaurant on the southern side and the lamps on the edges. The roof is built in the same way as before - base, supports, roof segments. The second roof finished. Finished set: Of all the sets in the series this one looks the most 'compact', covering the area of 80x48 studs. The modern design of the original building dictated the use of more advanced building techniques, especially building at different angles. This is also the first set in the series that is not built symmetrically in its base. A view of the northern side. The glazing and other glass surfaces are nicely represented with black and trans black bricks. The difference in dimensions between both halves of the building and their positions at an angle can also be seen here. A detail of the roof. A detail of the side. The 'glazing' of black and trans black bricks is also present here. A view of the staircase on the southern side. Similar to Tower Bridge, the opera can be disassembled into two parts which are joined together with pins. The yellow technic beams represent a coupling system, acting as wedges and thereby preventing deformation at the joint when moving or lifting the entire building. The joint is further reinforced with 1x6 tile and 1x4 plate on both sides. Conclusion: Design: 10/10 The greatest achievement of TLG designers is a very truthfully re-created roof as the most distinguishable feature of the building, but there are many other fine details as well. Parts: 10/10 A very good selection of parts and great source of various dark tan parts, blue baseplates. Build: 10/10 Relatively straightforward at the begininng but sometimes quite complex hereinafter with many interesting techniques employed. The age group of 16+ is a fitting designation as building requires some skills and experience, especially when assembling the roof and its support. The bricks which are added in a particular step in the instructions have the colour border which allows for easier building, especially in assembly of the lower parts where many times bricks are added in very different positions in the same step. Price: 9/10 Maybe the only slight drawback of this set. At first glance rather overpriced at more than 0,09 EUR/part for such a big set, it already falls in the range of city sets in terms of ppp and thus being more expensive than all modulars and most of creator sets for example. But knowing it is an officially licensed product, it makes any further debate about the price virtually irrelevant. Overall: 9,8/10 Some more pictures of the finished set are here. Many thanks to EB member TanTile whose review in his blog I used to identify the different sections of the building.
  8. Yet Again I sadly only have the name! I might get the set # and price soon! So let the discussion begin!.....................
  9. Today; Lego is presenting the new Creator Expert model at Brickworld in Chicago. And we can now present you with the official press-release! The famous Australian landmark is the latest structure to be added to LEGO® Creator Expert range. The set contains nearly 3,000 LEGO bricks, and will launch in September. The LEGO Group is set to pay homage to one of the greatest buildings of the Twentieth Century when it debuts a striking new official Sydney Opera House model on 1 September 2013. The construction skills of LEGO fans from around the world will be put to the test as they recreate the unmistakable rooflines and complex angled walls of the Opera House using advanced building techniques and a total of 2,989 LEGO bricks. Scaling 28cm high x 63.5cm wide x 38cm deep, this authentic representation of the Opera House will even stay true to its iconic harbour surrounds with the introduction the LEGO Group’s largest blue stud baseplate ever along with an abundance of dark tan LEGO® bricks including the rare 1x1x2/3 stud and 1x2x2/3 stud slopes. The Opera House model joins the LEGO Creator Expert product range, which has previously seen the likes of the Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower and Tower Bridge immortalised in LEGO® bricks. 10234 Sydney Opera House™ Ages 16+. 2,989 pieces. Recreate Australia’s architectural masterpiece! US $319.99, CDN $379.99, DE 279.99€, UK 249.99 £, DK 2499.00 DKK Recreate one of the 20th century’s most distinctive buildings with the Sydney Opera House™ model. Build the unmistakable shell roofline, waterfront forecourt and more with this authentic representation of Australia’s most iconic building. Employ a variety of new and advancedbuilding techniques to recreate the complex forms, angled walls and subtle detailing of the real thing! Collect lots of dark tan LEGO® bricks including the rare 1x1x2/3 stud and 1x2x2/3 stud slopes, as well as a 48x48 stud baseplate in blue for the very first time! • Build this model of a UNESCO World Heritage Site! • Includes hard-to-find dark tan LEGO® bricks, tiles and sloped bricks! • Collect the 48x48 stud baseplate, available in blue for the very first time! • Sturdy construction allows the model to be handled and moved! • Features advanced building techniques for complex forms, angled walls and subtle detailing! • Measures over 11" high, 25" wideand 15" deep! The following images link to HR Version +2000.Pxl and we also have Ultra HR versions +7500.pxl And also the official designer video with Jamie and another great model from Lego...........
  10. Official Press release 18.01.2013 10232 Palace Cinema (Available March 1st. 2013, for VIP Customers 14th. of February!) US $149.99, CDN $199.99, DE 139,99€, UK £119.99, DK 1,099.00 DKK Build a grand premiere at the Palace Cinema! It's premiere night at the Palace Cinema! Illuminate the night sky with the spotlights as the child star arrives in a fancy black limousine! Gather the crowd on the star-studded sidewalk, then head into the detailed lobby with a concession stand and ticket area! Take the grand staircase into the theater with a large screen, movie projector and reclining chairs for 6 minifigures. Introducing the latest addition to the LEGO Modular Buildings series, the highly detailed, 2-story Palace Cinema corner building. This collectable model features a sidewalk of the stars, brick-built entrance doors, posters, sign frontage, a tower with spires and rooftop decorations. Includes 6 minifigures: child actress, chauffeur, female guest, male guest, photographer and cinema worker. Includes 6 minifigures: child star, chauffeur, female guest, male guest, photographer and cinema worker Features brick-built entrance doors, posters, sign frontage, tower with spires and rooftop decoration, lobby, concession stand, ticket area, staircase, big screen, projector and reclining seats for 6 minifigures Vehicles include classic-style limousine Hard-to-find elements include a red baseplate and dark tan, dark red, and gold pieces Seat a 6-minifigure audience in the reclining seats! Play on the star-studded sidewalk, in the detailed lobby or in the big-screen theater! Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Modular Buildings collection: 10224 Town Hall, 10218 Pet Shop and 10211 Grand Emporium! Palace Cinema measures 15" (38cm) high, 10" (25.5cm) wide, and 10" (25.5cm) deep Limousine measures 1.6" (4cm) high, 5.9" (15cm) long, and 1.9" (5cm) wide Images link to HR pics +7000.pxl Download Designer Video in HD (29.7 MB) Enjoy! :classic: VIP members may purchase the set starting on February 14th. S@H and Lego Brand Stores!
  11. Modular Building 10218 Pet Shop

    10218 Pet Shop Continuing the LEGO® Modular Buildings series, this highly detailed, 3-story Pet Shop building and townhouse with full internal and external detailing is the perfect addition to your LEGO town. Greet customers with a menagerie of pets and let them treat them with a selection of toys and supplies. The pet shop building features a hinged staircase for easy access, upper apartment with kitchenette and upper loft overlooking the open plan interior below. To the side, the tastefully appointed townhouse features a detailed ground floor with accessories and spiral staircase leading to the upper floor. The attic space features storage boxes and French doors leading out to an elegant front balcony, while the rooftop garden, complete with fresh vegetables, brightens up the rear of the building. • Includes 4 minifigures with accessories: pet shop owner, girl on bicycle, painter with paint roller and woman! • Pet Shop includes dog, cat, 2 parrots and fish tank with goldfish! • Also includes 3 dog bones, ball, frog toy, birdhouse, bucket and brush! • Kitchenette features stone fireplace, stove, sink, coffee maker and small table and chair! • Upper loft features skylight, bed and lamp! • Townhouse features ground floor with mailbox and mail, hat rack, couch, telephone, toilet and access to basement crawl space! • Measures 10" (25.5cm) wide and 10.5" (26.5cm) high! • Combine with other modular buildings, like 10197 Fire Brigade and 10211 Grand Emporium! All pictures link to HR images which can be +7000.pxl
  12. 10219 Maersk Train The highly-realistic Maersk diesel-electric freight train has arrived! A replica of the real engine that operated on the railroads of America, this Maersk train features exceptional detailing and functions, such as opening driver's cab, removable side panel revealing a detailed, 16-cylinder engine, and authentic Maersk branding. The model also includes 2 wagons and 3 containers with opening doors (1 with refrigeration detailing). The set also includes a shunter truck and detachable trailer for loading and offloading the containers. Add LEGO® Power Functions to motorize! • Containers can be loaded side-by-side or stacked! • Includes 3 workman minifigures! • Train measures 36"" (92cm) long! • Building instructions include a historical description of the LEGO Group/A.P. Moller Maersk Group cooperation and a timeline of the products launched! • Motorize your Maersk train by adding LEGO Power Functions #8878 Rechargeable Battery Box, #8887 Transformer 10V DC, #8884 IR Receiver, #8879 IR Speed Remote Control and #88002 Train Motor! All images link to HR pictures which can be +9000.pxl all images ©2011 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  13. 10211 Grand Emporium Ages 16+. 2,182 pieces, US $149.99 CA $199.99 UK £ 139.99 DE € 149.99 Welcome to the grand opening of the Grand Emporium! The LEGO® Modular Buildings series continues with this spectacularly detailed 3-story department store, designed in a realistic scale with lots of special building techniques and rare pieces. On the street outside, citizens carry shopping bags, send letters at the mailbox, admire the window mannequins, and cool off at the ice cream stand while a busy window washer works above. Enter through the revolving door to discover a ground-floor clothing department, complete with a cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelry, perfume, and even a selection of spare trousers. A brick-built escalator carries customers to the second floor housewares department with glassware and golden plates for special occasions, and then it’s up to the top floor for the toy department (complete with toy house and push-scooter) and a great big chandelier above the open atrium. Up on the roof are a billboard and skylight. • Includes 7 minifigures: 1 window cleaner, 1 female shop assistant, 1 genetleman and 1 lady with shopping bags, 1 boy plus 1 male and 1 female mannequin! • Enter the Grand Emporium through a revolving door that really spins! • The first floor has a clothing department with cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelery, perfume and more! • The second floor has a housewares department with glassware and golden plates! • Take the amazing brick-built escalator to the top floor of these 3-story department store! • The top floor is a toy department complete with toy house and push-scooter! • Grand Emporium features a big chandelier above the open atrium and even a skylight! • Lots of realistic details with a rooftop billboard and shoppers with shopping bags! • Raise and lower the window washer outside the building! • Send letters at the mailbox outside the Grand Emporium! • Admire the window mannequins from the street and stop at the ice cream stand for a treat! • Includes new inverted arches and rare elements like transparent 1x1 ‘headlight bricks’ and dark green windows! • Combine with other modular buildings like 10197 Fire Brigade and 10185 Green Grocer! • Measures 15" (38 cm) high and 10" (25 cm) wide! All pictures link to HR images which can be +7000.pxl All Pictures © 2010 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  14. Modular Building 10197 Fire Brigade

    10197 Fire Brigade Ages 16+. 2,231 pieces. US $ 149.99; CA $ 199.99, UK £ 97.85, DE € 149.99 Build an authentic vintage fire station! Ding ding ding! There’s a fire in town! The fire brigade drives to the scene from this detailed and realistic 1930’s fire station. Designed to fit with other modular buildings like 10182 Café Corner and 10185 Green Grocer, the station features rare LEGO® pieces and innovative construction techniques. It includes a ‘30s-style fire truck, 4 minifigures, a fire-dog, an opening station garage door, and a removable building roof for interior access. It also includes 2 fully-furnished floors with fire-fighting tools, racks for the firemen's helmets, fire-pole, ping-pong table, kitchen with fully-stocked fridge, couch, bookshelf and a roof with a water tower and bell. Measures 14" (35 cm) high and 10" (25 cm) wide. • Includes a 1930’s-style fire truck, 4 minifigures and a fire-dog! • Features lots of realistic details including fire-fighting tools, racks for firemen’s helmets and even a fire-pole! • The station house features an opening station garage door and 2 fully-furnished floors including a kitchen with fully-stocked fridge and a ping-pong table! • Remove the roof for interior access! • The roof is equipped with a water tower and bell! • Fire Brigade features rare LEGO elements including bricks and plates in dark tan, 1x1 dark red tiles, a red hot dog and the 3x6x5 Belleville® arch. It also features gold fireman’s helmets, a tan hand bag and a red sliding garage door! • Measures 14" (35 cm) high and 10" (25 cm) wide. • Add Fire Brigade to your LEGO® Town and combine it with other modular buildings like 10182 Café Corner and 10185 Green Grocer! Available for order directly through LEGO® beginning September 1, 2009 via shop.LEGO.com All pictures link to HR images which can be +7000.pxl All Pictures © 2009 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  15. 10194 Emerald Night All new LEGO classic! With piston-powered wheels, this train is an all-new LEGO® classic! Here comes the Emerald Night! Build this incredible classic-styled train with loads of amazing details, from the steam locomotive with furnace to the opening tender and dining car with removable roof, opening doors and detailed interior. Measures 27.2" (68cm) long! Includes three minifigures, elements in rare colors and all-new large train wheels with piston motion! Add LEGO® Power Functions to motorize. This classically-styled train features a steam locomotive with furnace, opening tender, dining car with removable roof, opening doors and detailed interior! Train measures 27.2" (68cm) long Lots of authentic touches including elements in rare colors and all-new large train wheels with piston motion! Includes 3 minifigures! Motorize your Emerald Night by adding LEGO Power Functions #8882 Power Functions XL Motor, #8867 Flexible Train Track, #8878 Power Functions Rechargeable Battery Box, #8887 Transformer 10v DC adapter, #8884 Power Functions IR Receiver,#8870 Power Functions LED Lights, #8879 Power Functions IR Speed Remote Control! Pictures link to HR version which can be +7000.pxl All pictures ©2009 The LEGO Group and used here with permission.
  16. Modular Building 10185 Green Grocer

    10185 Green Grocer Amazing details and design! Expand your LEGO® neighborhood or start a new one with the Green Grocer! Designed in a modular style, this colorful and lively building features a grocery store and classic apartments that can be built, rebuilt and rearranged to suit your own LEGO town. Detailed architecture includes realistic interior, courtyard access, a roof terrace and fire escape, lots of windows and doors, and much more! Build a street layout by combining Green Grocer with 10190 Market Street and 10182 Café Corner! Top 3 floors lift off to reveal inner rooms! Grocery store features a blue and white awning, cash register, bins for bread, vegetables and fruit, refrigerator and tiled floor! Apartments have lots of details like bay windows, fireplace with tools, grandfather clock and windows that open to the fire escape! Stairs lead up to the apartments and to the roof terrace! Roof terrace has chairs, umbrellas, grill and flowers! Check the mailboxes for letters! Fire escape ladders move up and down! Access the courtyard behind the building! Street features lampost, fire hydrant and light fixtures! Includes 4 townspeople minifigures, plus a cat and rat! Measures 14" (35cm) high and 10" (25cm) wide! • Build a street layout by combining Green Grocer with 10190 Market Street and 10182 Café Corner! • Top 3 floors lift off to reveal inner rooms! • Grocery store features a blue and white awning, cash register, bins for bread, vegetables and fruit, refrigerator and tiled floor! • Apartments have lots of details like bay windows, fireplace with tools, grandfather clock and windows that open to the fire escape! • Stairs lead up to the apartments and to the roof terrace! • Roof terrace has chairs, umbrellas, grill and flowers! • Check the mailboxes for letters! Fire escape ladders move up and down! • Access the courtyard behind the building! • Street features lampost, fire hydrant and light fixtures! • Includes 4 townspeople minifigures, plus a cat and rat! • Measures 14" (35cm) high and 10" (25cm) wide! Pictures link to HR version which can be +5000.pxl All Pictures © 2008 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  17. Modular Building 10182 Café Corner

    10182 Café Corner Official release March 18th. 2007 Add realistic architecture to your LEGO Town! Developed by LEGO fans and designers working together, this detailed and realistic street corner scene features plenty of special colors, rare LEGO pieces and creative building techniques, as well as authentic interior details and modular construction to let you enlarge the neighborhood as your LEGO collection grows. Built completely on minifigure scale! Includes 3 townspeople minifigures! Street base measures 10" x 10" (25.4 cm x 25.4 cm) and building stands over 14" (36 cm) high! Realistic features include opening front door, café tables with umbrellas, striped awning, "Hotel" sign, trash can, street light, bench and more! Top two stories lift off to reveal inner rooms and staircases! Connectors at base of model allow you to join 4 Café Corners together! • Built completely on minifigure scale! • Includes 3 townspeople minifigures! • Street base measures 10" x 10" (25.4 cm x 25.4 cm) and building stands over 14" (36 cm) high! • Realistic features include opening front door, café tables with umbrellas, striped awning, "Hotel" sign, trash can, street light, bench and more! • Top two stories lift off to reveal inner rooms and staircases! • Connectors at base of model allow you to join 4 Café Corners together! Images link to HR versions which can be +4000.pxl All Pictures © 2007 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!