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  1. Hello Lego-Patients, here is my long-time project "San Franbricksco", a town - inspired by San Francisco from the 30th-70th Building 01 with "Furniture Shop" Building 02 "Residential house" Building 03 "Clothes Shop" Prototyp power lines The first street lamp in aktion Greetings Michael
  2. Hello to everyone. I'm desperately looking for pictures of the rear of the famous Painted Ladies in Alamo Square. I'm trying to make them as modular buildings, but even if I bought some books I've never found any pictures of the rear. What lies there? Where no one has eventually been? Does anyone has some pictures or can take some pictures of the rear? Thank you in advance.
  3. I heard this on the radio, and found it on a local news site, and wanted to share. Just one photo though, It consists of images made in Legos of prisoners of conscience, past and present. The exhibit is in the old prison on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay. Here is a link to the story, it has several parts to the exhibit, the Lego is one part.
  4. Hi there, *Not sure if this is the right thread, so please move if required.* I'm heading to San Francisco for work and have a small window to shop around and soak of the culture - i'm from Australia. So .. . Please could somebody recommend a good place to buy Lego sets in San Francisco near Market street, Tenderloin And I guess some other recommendation to soak up that culture and food Cheers in advance
  5. A first modular. In fact it’s meant as one of the famous Painted Ladies in San Francisco, the idea being borrowed from Henrik Hoexbroe who has built a whole row of them. In a larger scale you can find them in Legoland California, too. Obviously the future town will have some Frisco stuff in it, at least there’s already a very fine Cable Car built by Altezza. There is no interior, but, since cars are still important, a working garage door. The garage even fits the full-size cars. Due to the SNOT road and pavement system there is no usual baseplate, so a width of 21 studs is no problem. Building in an odd width widens the range of possibilities, e.g. you can have cheese on both edges as you can see in the frieze at the gable. Some details: The pillars at the bottom of the staircase are shortened versions of the ones used at the Gas Station. The curtains at the windows of the second floor are made out of bridal veils. The garage door (probably) has a new mechanism which allows any width. Later I’ll show how it works if you are interested. The chimney is completely wrong, will be changed. The roadster is new, too. Its platform is based on the full-size cars, but smaller (6w). It’s built by combining bracket-and-tile and brick techniques and fits two whole minifigs. It doesn’t have a spectacular design, but seems like a step in the right direction on the way to build some smaller cars that go well with the CC style. Hopefully the platform can be developed further. Thanks to Na Dine for providing the old windows. Thanks to all for looking! Some more pics:
  6. Hi Acrylnitril-Butadien-Styrol-Copolymerisat-Fans, this is my new Project. A San Francisco Cable Car in minifig-scale, 7w, gauge of the track 3w And now.. Pictures - Pictures The original Thanks for looking - i hope you like it