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  1. Presenting Odense Kommandopost (signal box) from my hometown, Odense in Denmark. (or at least my interpretation) My model: Scale: ~1:60 Lenght: 32 bricks Width: 34 bricks Bricks: 2.394 Model built: 2012 & 2018 (finished inside and re-designed for Moduverse, our Scandinavian variant of MILS) Very high setting rendering using but built irl. Front Rear Inside As built (not the greatest photo, sorry)
  2. Presenting another Danish shunter...DSB Litra MH 322 History: The Danish State Railways (DSB) diesel shunter Litra MH were built in great numbers by Frichs in Denmark from the year 1960 to 1965. In all 120 shunters were built to replace the steam shunters still being used. The shunters were repainted in the 80's to black and red from the original dark green. The last shunter was decommissioned in 2001. ©Hans Stückler My model: Scale: 1:45 Lenght: 26 bricks Width: 7 bricks Bricks: 455 Motortype: PF Model built: 2012-14 The stickers are homemade with self-adhesive labels printed by a copy shop and then cut by myself to fit. The upper part is primarily constructed with plates and tiles, in general only a few standard bricks are used in the construction. The model is run by PF and requires one 9v battery connected by custom adapter to the Power Functions M-Motor. Pull and speed are acceptable. The shunter pulling a white Litra Gs wagon.
  3. The Church of Our Lady is a famous medieval church in Kalundborg, Denmark. The church is built around year 1220. With its five distinctive towers, it stands on a hill above the harbour, making it the town's most imposing landmark. The architecture of the church is inspired by the New Jerusalem in the Book of Revelation. In the Middle Ages, the New Jerusalem was imagined as a fortified city with five towers. The central tower of the church collapsed in 1827 but it was rebuilt in 1871. The LEGO version is built in scale 1:100. The real church:,_Kalundborg Link to my flickr:
  4. Lasse

    [MOC] Østerlars Church

    Østerlars Rundkirke is a church on the island of Bornholm in Denmark. The church was built around year 1160 and it is the largest of the four round churches on Bornholm: One theory says that the Østerlars Church was built by the Knights Templar: At the cemetery I placed some fun texts on the gravestones: The real church:Østerlars_Church Link to my flickr:
  5. brunoctoday

    MOC - Tree Lorry Danish Edition

    Hey guys! Today I'm going to show you my latest LEGO(R) creation/MOC. It's a "pre-christmas". I'm prepairing my LEGO(R) city for the Christmas time and this is a good add to it I think. It is a version of the danish tree lorries that carry the trees to put in the familie's houses. I hope you like it!
  6. Horsecreek

    [MOC] Tivoli Main entrance

    Together with 6 other members of my lug we made a LEGO edition of Tivoli in Copenhagen. My Friend Lasse Vestergård has already presented the complete layout. Here a few days before I start to take it apart I think it deserves its own presentation. An overview from the streetside. The TIVOLI guards. These guards are musicians dressed as Royal danish guards.. From the inside of the park The left side building with the ticket and season-pas office. More photos and details at Mocpages Google Streetview for comparison Let me know if you think I've missed a detail.
  7. Horsecreek

    A new guy from Denmark

    Hi So now i'm here on eurobricks too. I've read topics from time to time when refered to from other sites. And sometime ago i created an account here. Now it is time to use it as well. I'm from Denmark. 35 years at the moment. Member of the danish lug Byggepladen. I have an appartment just outside Copenhagen. It is not yet full of LEGO bricks but i'm working on it I could write a lot more but that will be another day. Jakob
  8. Lasse

    MOC: Denmark

    Denmark is known as the home of the LEGO company. But if some of you are going to Denmark there are also many other interesting sights. This map shows the most famous tourist attractions and landmarks built in micro-scale. More photos and descriptions can be seen on flickr: It took about 3 months to build the map.
  9. Presenting another Danish shunter... The Danish State Railways (DSB) first radio controllable shunter Litra MK was built in Germany by Siemens from the year 1996 to 1998. 25 were built in all. All but one shunter were transferred to DSB subsidiary Railion in 2001 and DB Schenker Rail in 2007. My LEGO model is my second attempt at the Litra MK and is the DSB Gods version. Scale: 1:45 Lenght: 26 bricks Width: 7 bricks Bricks: 410 Motortype: PF Model built: 2013-14 The stickers are homemade again. Lots of somewhat fragile greebles. No room for the driver in the cap Only PF can be used to run the model and requires one 9v battery connected by custom adapter to the Power Functions M-Motor. Pull and speed are acceptable.
  10. Lasse

    MOC: Roskilde

    Roskilde is the 10th largest city in Denmark with a population around 48,000 and is located 30 km west of Copenhagen. Roskilde is a historic city and during the late Viking Age and Middle Ages it was the capital of Denmark. This layout shows the city center of Roskilde. I got the idea for the layout back in November 2012 when I was exhibiting some of my MOCs at LEGO Fan Welt in Cologne. At the exhibition I bought “The Big Unofficial LEGO Builder's Book” written by Joachim Klang and Oliver Albrecht. The book inspired me to build something in scale 1:100. At the same exhibition a large model of the Cologne Cathedral was exhibited. It inspired me to build the cathedral in my hometown Roskilde. When I came home to Denmark I started building Roskilde Cathedral and its surroundings in scale 1:100. It took 16 month to build the layout. In May 2014 the layout was exhibited for the first time at a LEGO exhibition (Klodsfest) in Roskilde. The most famous building Roskilde is the Cathedral (Roskilde Domkirke). The cathedral is the burial site for the Danish monarchs and is known as the church in the world where most kings and queens are buried. Since 1995, it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Roskilde Cathedral contains architecture from the last 800 years. There has been a church on the site since year 980. The current cathedral was built between 1170 and 1280 in the Gothic style. But since then many extensions have been added: The two large west tower was completed around year 1400 The Margrethe Spire is built around 1420 Christian I’s Chapel is built around 1460 Christian IV’s Chapel is built in the Renaissance style around 1620 The two characteristic spires on the towers is built around 1635 Frederik V’s Chapel is built in neo-Classical style around t 1775 Christian IX’s Chapel is built in neo-Byzantine style in 1925 Frederik IX’s Burial Site is built in 1985. More information: http://en.wikipedia....kilde_Cathedral The Former Town Hall of Roskilde was built in neo-Gothic style in 1884. But the tower is much older. It was built in Gothic style around year 1500. Originally it was part of St Lawrence Church. But after the Danish reformation in 1536 the church was demolished. The tower were allowed to stand and in 1884 the tower became part of the new neo-Gothic Town Hall: The real town hall can be seen here: http://en.wikipedia...._mpazdziora.jpg The Yellow Mansion (Roskilde Palæ) was built in the 1730s in Baroque style: The real mansion can be seen here: http://en.wikipedia....ce,_Denmark.jpg The “Absalon Arch” was built in the Gothic style around year 1200 and connected the cathedral to the Bishop's Palace, which at the time was where the yellow mansion is today: The real arch can be seen here: http://en.wikipedia...._(Roskilde).jpg Roskilde Gymnasium is a Danish high school lactated next to the cathedral. There has been a school on the site since year 1020. But no buildings are left from that time. The high school's oldest building is the “Rector Residence”. It has a north wing which dates from around 1770. The rest of the residence is built around 1820: The main building of the school is from 1842: During the last 100 years many additional buildings have been added to the school. The newest building is the blue “Science Building” from 2012: This is how Roskilde looks like in real life: More photos of my layout can be seen here:
  11. Well, presenting another Köf...with wagons DSB Litra Køf The Danish State Railways (DSB) shunter Køf was the Danish built version by Frichs of the legendary German Köf (Kleinlokomotive, Öl-antrieb durch dieselmotor, kraftübertragung mit Flüssigkeitbetriebe). 40 Køf shunters were built from the year 1966 to 1969 and a few are still in service today. Scale: 1:45 Lenght: 17 bricks Width: 8 bricks Bricks: 270 Motortype: 9v or PF Model built: 2012 Easy access to the IR Receiver: Either 9v or PF can be used to run the model but PF requires the PF train motor to be connected to the older 9v battery box by extension wire in a very tight fit with little room to spare. DSB Litra Gs (I) Danish State Railways (DSB) classic 2-axle covered wagons with sliding doors Litra Gs (I) were built in Denmark by Scandia in huge numbers (2.871) from the year 1953-1964. A few are still used today Scale: 1:50 Lenght: 26 bricks Width: 7 bricks Bricks: 518 Model built: 2013 The doors can be opened though not by sliding: Distance between the fixed wheels are 12 bricks and goes through points and curves ok but with some resistance: Access through the roof: DSB Gs (I) wagons pushed by DSB Køf: