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  1. bricksboy

    [MOC] #90 Rolls Royce Phantom

    MOC #90 Rolls Royce Phantom MOC#90 Rolls Royce Phantom When the King visits Lego city, we need a luxury car for him . So I design a Rolls Royce Phantom. The hood, doors, and trunk are openable. I also created a stop-motion animation for this MOC: More MOC on my homepage: https://www.bricksboy.com/moc
  2. Vilhelm22

    LEGO Trains 2022

    As @legotownlinz listed last year, recent trains have been: 2022 60335 Train Station 60336 Freight Train 60337 High Speed Passenger Train 76405 Hogwarts Express Collector’s Edition 10308 Holiday Main Street (trolley/tram) 2021 N/A 2020 10277 Crocodile Locomotive 40370 Trains 40th Anniversary Set (GWP) 60271 Main Square (tram) 2019 70424 Ghost Train Express 71044 Disney Train 2018 75955 Hogwarts Express 60197 Passenger Train 60198 Cargo Train 2017 10259 Winter Village Station  2016 10254 Winter Holiday Train Sets with a strikethrough are retired. Itallicised sets are ones with expected imminent retirement. Bold sets are new for 2022. Following this pattern, a CITY cargo and passenger train are very likely to be released in 2022 - this two trains every four years pattern dates back to 2006. According to Brickset, 60271 will be retired at the end of 2021. The crocodile has just been retired, as has the Disney Train, meaning that once the City trains are discontinued, the Hogwarts Express will be the only one left. It’s also worth noting that the Hogwarts Express is the only Harry Potter set left from the first wave when it returned back in 2018. 2021 was the first year there hasn’t been a train set at minifigure scale, so hopefully we’ll get another other next year.
  3. I really like the new city space line and 60229 is my favorite of the line. But there are two aspects of it that I thought should be improved to live up to the name of the set. The crane needed more range of motion and the truck needed to be longer to actually carry more of the rocket components. I extended the truck by one axle and the length of the bed, so that it can properly carry the shuttle portion and single rocket boosters (they still hang off though). The most serious mod is adding another axis of motion to the overhead crane, built on two baseplates. I used the new rollercoaster tracks for this which worked well. I also built a ramped platform for the truck to bring its bed height closer to the bed of the rocket transporter. Lastly I added a cab and supporting railings and ladder to the crane so that it can actually be operated by someone instead of mysteriously moving on its own. Enjoy and comments are appreciated!
  4. Hello everyone! Maybe it's too early, but let it happen. What do you think of the Speed Champions series in 2022? Do you think it will disappear or continue, or will it be under a different name? Anyway, personally, I think they will stay with us for a long time (after all, they have made specially new wheels for 2021). It seems to me that there is a good chance to see in 2022 in the SC series such cars: - BMW M8 (maybe GTE) - Pagani Zonda or Huayra - Ferrari - some F1 car - due to Toyota license can Toyota gr010 (hypercar) - maybe some cars from the DTM or VASC series Post comments about what you think.
  5. Hello, we are selling our entire collection. You can view many of the completed MOCs here: Godwins Hollow of Outer Godwinia or just poke around some of my posts. This will give you a rough idea of the scope of the collection. There are hundreds of thousands of sorted (by color and type) bricks, containers of sorted minifigs, every Collectible Minifig set to date, fig parts, base plates, train tracks, many completed sets (mostly Star Wars), MOCs, and MOCs, and MOCs, and an entire room of storage containers. The whole collection has been shipped back to Columbus, GA, and is in storage taking up a good chunk (60-70%) of a 20x20 storage unit. I'm hoping to sell the entire collection as a lot as I would have to rely on my aging mother to separate, show, and ship individual pieces. I had hoped to be able to move the collection back to Dubai, but between shipping costs and the cost of a dedicated display/work area, it's no longer feasible. I'm open to individuals, groups, LUGs, resellers, retailers - whoever, and all reasonable offers will be discussed. If you have any interest or questions feel free to reach out by email to lego@stewartgodwin.com or if you use WhatsApp you can add me at +971585363060.
  6. dimka_ya

    [MOC] Micro city

    Hello! A year and a half ago, I saw somewhere on Flickr a building assembled on something like that. The idea came up to assemble an entire city from such buildings. At first standart basis were used, then doubled and quadruplet, and sometimes more. During this time two cities were built. I will share renders for those who are intrested. First city Original here I will continue to add buildings in the comments. Thank you for attention :)
  7. Justus

    A Street Sweeper

    A little reinterpretation of the classic LEGO street sweeper... Street Sweeper 1 by Justus M, auf Flickr Street Sweeper 2 by Justus M, auf Flickr Street Sweeper 3 by Justus M, auf Flickr
  8. gabrielerava

    [MOD] Heinrich Hospital

    Dear all, I would like to introduce my latest little work, named Heinrich Hospital. I've been working on it for a while in order to obtain some decent photos. And finally I did it. I built it a couple of months ago, but the idea was longer waiting in my head, since I bought the original Lego model 60204 "City Hospital" in 2018. A long time ago in fact. It's a beautiful model in my opinion but it needs to be modified to be inserted in a modular city and I wanted it to be in the center quarter of Rava Town (my Lego City). Arounfd the web I met several modularized versions of the original playset. The mods I found were all bigger and, let me say, simply modularized. But I needed something different because the center of Rava Town is rather old fashioned, so I decided to modify it accordingly on my own. I wanted a mix of new and old. And this is the final result in a few photos. https://www.flickr.com/photos/132864555@N03/with/52150948644/ Hope You liked it and see you next time! Edit: 2023 Lego modular building will be an hospital, of course...
  9. BrickRandom

    [MOC] Compact cars

    Inspired by some tiny cars I saw on Flickr and Rebrickable, I decided to make my own series of compact cars. The result: Compact Sports Car by Brick Random, on Flickr Compact Familiy Car by Brick Random, on Flickr Compact Police Car by Brick Random, on Flickr More pictures are available in my Flickr album. I've also made step-by-step PDF building instructions for these cars, These are available for free on Rebrickable.com: Compact Police Car Compact Family Car Compact Sports Car
  10. Here is my review on 60341 The Knockdown Stunt Challenge: THE GOOD: Nice exclusive minifigure and bike body (at least for now) 7 glow in the dark star pieces and few 1x1 round tiles. THE NOT SO GOOD: Owning 2 other stunt challenges, this one just feel a bit underwhelming in terms of challenge compared to the other two I have. I'm actually happy with what I bought. Great minifigures, glow in the dark star pieces and a new stunt bike body with prints. The challenge itself is simple and does not need much practise to clear but then in comparison, the double loop and the blade challenge are a lot more fun. Make sure pay attention when building the knockdown challenge as if the pins are connected the too tightly, it's not going to move as smoothly as it can/should be. Given I bought this with 25% off, I don't feel as bad in my wallet but again, if no discount I probably won't have buy this and wait for the parts to be available later assuming they will.
  11. snaillad

    MOC: The Station hotel

    Hello everyone, The latest modular inspired me to make my own hotel with a theme a little closer to home, a Victorian era hotel. Some typical elements of the period I have included and some newer ones too. Arched windows, red brick, steep roofs and more. Anyway a couple of shots are shown below, as always any comments are welcome and any questions I'll try to answer! You can also view them on my flickr page here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/52656812@N04/
  12. Mestari

    [MOC] Single-family home

    Hello, I would like to present to you my latest MOC of a single-family home with garage: It is inspited by several projects of similar style that is apparently quite popular around the area of Warsaw, Poland. Could be not just here, but more widespread phenomenon. This is a a fully furnished two story building with small garden, garage and a fitting car (yes, it does fit inside, although barely :) ) The tree was built to finally use all those leaves I took from a PAB wall. And boy, is it part intensive... Here you can have another look at the tree and the side of the building: and yet another one: And now for the car: I am not a car expert, just wanted to have something to go with the building :) OK, so let's go inside. But just before that - a general areal view of the ground floor and surroundings: Here you can clearly see the plan of the ground floor. Once you enter the house from the top, you will see stair leading to the first floor on your right, underneath those is a kitchen area, on your left doors leading to the garage, bookcase, and doors to the toilet. Straight ahead door leading outside to the other side of the building. And here is a view of the kitchen: and the other side of the room: Let's climb the stairs and see what awaits us on the first floor: A living room with essentials like gaming console ;) There is also a bedroom with wardrobe, desk and a bedside table: More pictures can be found on my Bricksafe. I hope you like it :)
  13. Here is my review on 60340 The Blade Stunt Challenge: THE GOOD: The biker minifigure is excellent. The actual stunt also require some practise not just running a bike through. THE NOT SO GOOD: RRP is very high. Ended up buying another set from the Stuntz sub-theme. I do like this set and the minifigure I want turns out to be excellent as expected. I do also think some of the parts are great. In terms of the stunt itself, originally I thought it is easy to pull compared to the double loop stunt but I was wrong. It still take some practise to run the bike through the blades. I think this is a great addition to create a custom stuntz course but by itself it can get bored quite easily. The biggest drawback of all the stuntz sets are the price, RRP is so high (well most lego sets are nowadays). If not because of the 25% off special, I probably would have wait until brick & pieces start selling the cool parts. Probably not a recommendation to everyone but you are keen to get some new minifigures and do find the stuntz bikes fun, then this is something for. Still only recommend when you can get more 20% off though.
  14. Pchan1983

    REVIEW: 60347 Grocery Store

    Here is my review on 60347 Grocery Store: THE GOOD: Great exterior designs on the store front. Some nice details in the interior tool. Good side builds. Interesting build technique on the loading bay. A good selection of new parts. Love the new minifigures with the prosthetic leg. THE NOT SO GOOD: May be the road plate is not necessarily to make the set a bit cheaper? I really like this set and I truely think it's a good LEGO City set. The exterior design is really good, the use of parts to the carrot sign. Interior has some cool little details and the loading bay is one of the highlights. The side builds, EV & the lifter are also great little builds. There are good selection of new parts and definitely need to mention the new minifigures. One of my main reason I bought this set is because the figure with prosthetic leg. It's a really cool minifigure. Unfortunately, at the moment it can only be a left leg. I look forward to LEGO producing a right leg version in the future or even both! The price of this set is a bit high, I got it with 20% off so not feeling the full force of the RRP but I do wonder if excluding the road plates may have get this set to a cheaper price point or instead of road plates, I much prefer a roof. Anyway this is just my personal preference as I don't really appreciate the new road plate system. Anyway, this is a set that I would definitely recommend to everyone!
  15. Here is my review on 60339 Double Loop Stunt Arena: THE GOOD: The minifigures. I love the bikers, both are great. Lots of fun with the loops and different configuration. THE NOT SO GOOD: High price tag. The loop stunt takes practise to master. (may be this is also a good point) Scratches on the clear parts for the loop. I actually like this set, I knew before I buy this set that the Stuntz sub-theme's point is to have fun and I did. The minifigures are awesome as usual, and surprised the main biker head is actually non-yellow head. All the new parts are cool but it's a bit disappointing some of the clear parts got scratches (I seriously think no way to avoid it if LEGO aim is to reduce plastic packaging) and I wish we have unique prints on the bike body. The double loops are actually very fun even though it is a bit difficult to pull off (you can see my video to understand how difficult to pull it off). And all the parts included allow you to create a very very challenging stunt course. I think the worse enemy of this set is the price, understand that with lots of big pieces it is going to be pricey but without discount, the price tag is a very very high bar to clear. To be honest though, I probably won't have bought this set if B&P did not remove all new 2022 parts but I'm glad I did since I had fun with this. However, I will probably only recommend this set when it's on discount and only to fans who want the new parts nor want to have some fun with the Stuntz Bikes.
  16. Link: https://bricksafe.com/pages/2ndgenguy/mini-skid-steer-it-was-meant-to-be. Just a little creation using the tiny skid steer, and an old city style S.U.V. Suspension on trailer, and truck, this set is always changing, but I have to say this one is my favorite so far. The skid steer is unchanged, but I do really like these little sets, they really spruce up small scale stuff. (I know opinions and as you know, belly buttons)
  17. Simons Brick World

    [MOC] update from the LEGO city

    Hello there, after a long break, I wanted to get back in touch and show an update or the current state of my LEGO city. Since my last post, the city has grown significantly. You can see the current state directly in the first picture below. The river has been extended and got a rock wall on one side, which extends to the river mouth. On the other side I have started some time ago with the construction of the city park. It will be the central place of the city. Currently I'm working diligently to expand the park and add many small details. To give you an overview, especially about the park, I have also attached a few pictures of the park: I still make a YouTube video for each progress. So if you are interested in how the city has grown or how it will progress in the future, feel free to check it out. The latest video about the park can be found here: I hope you like the update. Please let me know what you think about the current state of the city.
  18. A couple of years ago, I built the BR 10, a very beautiful steam locomotive originally operated by Deutsche Bahn, which was supposed to pull my long and heavy coal train. It was only later I learned that the BR 10 during the 60’s mostly was part of the Riviera Express, a historic passenger train that drove tourists to and from the Italian Riviera. The original which was built in only two copies had a top speed of 160 km/h! Last year I decided to build my own Riviera Express and now, even this express train is part of my Lego train collection. It consists of: A BR 10 (8-wide) with two 9V engines. This locomotive, still one of the most beautiful and spectacular steam locomotives in my collection, is a slightly modified version of @HoMas original. Total length including tender: approx.. 70 studs· Six 7-wide coaches (DB and FS), whereof one dining coach DSG/Mitropa with two 9V engines. Length: 48 studs each · The total train length is approx.. 3 meters. Please note that all coaches – except the coach coloured in Tan/Dark Red – are equipped with real train doors! It’s been a while since last … All beams are strengthened with super magnets. And this is what my Riviera Express looks like: The BR 10 on a German stamp: And this is what the original looks like: Some more pictures: Tender fully loaded with "coal" and covered with a piece of fishnet stockings ....
  19. Gaultier

    60324 Mobile Crane X 2

    Combination of 2 sets of 60324 Mobile Crane. No extra parts involved.
  20. Poodabricks

    MOD: 60329 School Day

    I made several changes to the school and the school bus. Added some walls to the right side of the school building and a roof. For the school bus, I removed the wheelchair lift as it made the bus look weird. Don't get me wrong, I have great respect and support for the handicapped. I just feel that it wasn't executed properly there. There was barely any room for the students. I decided to add an extra seat there instead. I also changed the wheel arches and recolored the sign to yellow and bumpers to black to closely resembled an American styles school bus. I customized it with my favorite school bus model, the Chevrolet B-Series with a Blue Bird bus body, in mind. Those things had power to spare. My sigfig drives the bus in this set.
  21. DK_Titan

    LEGO 10270 Bookshop XL MOD

    We have a long-term ambition to build our own - enlarged - versions of all (more or less) LEGO modular buildings. Previously we have built two buildings based on 10251 Brick Bank, and we have now finished the next two - a 76 cm high modification of 10270 Bookshop. It is not only the height of the buildings that has made this a comprehensive project, but also the fact that all floors are fully furnished and equipped with light from Light My Bricks. For part of the interior, we have taken our starting point in 21328 Seinfeld and 10291 Queer Eye - The Fab 5 Loft, but in addition to this a lot of energy has been put into designing furniture, lamps and other furniture for all the floors.
  22. Poodabricks

    Pooda Reviews: 60330 Hospital

    Hullo everyone! Poodabricks here and I'm here to talk about the new hospital, which I recently acquired. Though I took it apart and now use it for extra pieces. To set the foundation, I.....don't usually see medical themed sets in City like I used to and for hospitals, they usually had a six year waiting period. But then the 60203 ski resort set came in 2019 right after the hospital in 2018; messing up that system since it was technically a medical themed set. With that being said, this hospital actually came two years early, in which it should've been 2024 when they next hospital would come. I still prefer older hospitals however, with the one from set number 4429 being my favorite. I'm not at all complaining. Far from it actually! Matter of fact, it always annoyed me that the cops and firefighters got all the glory (the former getting the most) while the third first responder (the paramedics) were given the back seat. So kudos to Lego for giving the medical field more respect. For this review, I'm not only going to be talking about the good. But I'm also going to be talking about what I personally didn't really care about. Take note that everyone is entitled to their opinion. I'm not speaking for anyone else. So please take my opinions as though you were holding a grain of salt. So 👏🏾 let's get into reviewing this amazing set. 1. The Minifigs The minifig assortment is just perfect. I'm going to start off with the unnamed minifigs in this set. My favorite minifig from the available ones HAS to be the clown minifig. I'm assuming he is the mascot for the VitaRush soda company that is based in Lego City. Either that or they also specialize in clown clothes. My guess is that he is supposed to be influenced by Ronald McDonald who is also a clown character that represents a restaurant, the child friendly aspect of it that is. He's likely there to cheer the boy with the injured arm who is there with his grandma. There is also a new mother with her baby, which I actually think is kinda cute along with an older gentleman whom I believe is the father. There is also a cleaning lady, two paramedics and an elderly doctor whom is the chief medical officer I assume. Since I mentioned the paramedics, I'm going to say that I don't really care for the suits that they are wearing as it is a bit too.......British oriented for my liking. I preferred the medic suits that were available with sets like 60179, 60203 and 60204. I preferred those because they were more diverse and weren't really based off a particular country. Named characters are Dr. Spetzel, Dr. Fleiber and Wallop - who is one of the stuntmen in the series. I'm surprised they didn't include Dr. Contagioustein from the first season in this set though. But I don't know Lego's plan. Perhaps they'll include him in an ambulance set. 2. The Vehicles Vehicles included are an ambulance (duh) and helicopter (because Lego has to include a helicopter in almost all of their City buildings), a bike and a wheelchair (that counts as a vehicle as it has wheels and someone can sit in it. I don't hate the way the ambulance and helicopter look. People across the entire Lego community (not just here) have shown their dislike of the ambulance's shape. But to be honest......it doesn't bother me. Despite it being "American" style, it makes a nice change for Lego to go out of their way to make a cutaway shape instead of the traditional van look that they went with for the last four ambulances. It's fun when Lego decides to break tradition with its City sets sometimes thus why we got a school and we're getting a grocery store this summer. Sorry! I just can't stop talking about that set. Perhaps I shall look out for more surprises next year in 2023. But its a bit early to speculate there. Once again, I'm not fond of the colors of the ambulance or the helicopter. It seems like for this entire hospital, they were trying to make it look British style. The colors of the previous ones were much better as they matched the building. That's all I really have to say about the vehicles. Though I would've tried to make it longer so that it could fit another paramedic inside. But that's only nitpicking. 3. The Building First off, let me start off by pointing out the first of a two things; a CT scan room and a play area for children. Let me be one of the first people to say that I love that Lego literally went out of their way to put the first ever CT scan room in one of their hospital sets. I love that little feature where you can put a minifigure on the bed and roll him under the scanner to pretend like he needs an X-Ray. So that's a feature I adore. I also love the little play area next to the lobby for little children. That's just perfect for a child who is visiting. This is also the second hospital to contain a maternity ward. In this one, there is a lady with a labor gown included. It looks as though she has already had the baby as it is clearly out in the little baby hospital bed. I also love the lobby and desk area - which also acts as a snack bar where you can obviously buy one of two types of sub sandwiches. 4. Conclusion and Rating So overall, I give this hospital a B. I love the lobby area with the funny gag of the sub sandwiches. I also love the shape of the ambulance - though I'm not fond of the color scheme. I adore the play area, CT scan room and maternity ward being in this set and more time and space given to it. I also think the little clown coming to cheer up the injured boy with his grandma is pretty cute. I'd definately recommend this set to anyone who plans to build a table town with road plates as this is just right. Its not perfect - then again when is a Lego set perfect. But its definately better than some other buildings that we have gotten this year. ahem school ahem police station ahem. But anyhoo! That's my review for the day. Let me know what you think in the comments. I'm out.
  23. Pchan1983

    REVIEW: 60326 Picnic in the Park

    here is my review on this year City 60326 Picnic in the Park: THE GOOD: 2 squirrels! and they are great. New minifigure parts, I love the new hair piece. Small but interesting builds, personally I like the maintenance karl a lot. Good price in current climate. THE NOT SO GOOD: none. This is a great cheap set which includes a lot of cool stuff and I really like it. Having 2 variations of squirrels and new minifigure elements in such small set is pretty rare these days. The squirrels of course are great but I also like the maintenance kart as well. Can't find anything that is negative about this set. In fact, buying multiple of this sets during discount season might be a better value compared to order squirrels from Brick & Pieces if you are interested in building an army of squirrels. A set I will recommend to everyone.
  24. Bricked1980

    [MOC] RED LONDON TELEPHONE BOX

    Hi everyone It's been a while since I've posted any new MOC's on Eurobricks but I wanted to show the latest project I've been working on called "Red London Telephone Box". In the past I've included miinifig scale phone box's in a couple of my other MOCs, which gave me the idea of building a much more detailed, large scale model of this British cultural icon. Although the red phone box can be found throughout the UK my model is based on an early version of the phone box called the "K2" which was designed specifically for use in London. As well as the phone box itself I've also included a red British pillar box and a street lamp complete with hanging flower baskets and plant pots. The front door can be opened to reveal a vintage telephone and detailed interior. LEGO IDEAS Thanks for checking out my latest MOC and I hope you like it. Whilst designing this I felt that it would make a pretty good submission for LEGO IDEAS. If you'd like to read more about the model or give it your support on LEGO IDEAS then I'd be very grateful. https://bit.ly/legotelephonebox Thank you very much.
  25. Hi all Coming out of my dark ages, I was super keen to put together a lego city (being a big fan of Jang and his amazing city). Here's my first attempt, combining a number of themes spanning 40 years - Classic Town, City, Lego Ideas, Modulars and a few builds from the classic 6000 ideas book. Still very much a work in progress, but pretty happy with it! Second round will be to try to include trains, but that will be a challenge! IMG_7869 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7871 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7875 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7886 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7872 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7874 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7876 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7879 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7882 by Moz, on Flickr IMG_7883 by Moz, on Flickr Would love to hear any feedback or suggestions. cheers