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  1. CBFD Hazmat 1 is the primary hazardous materials team in the city! It is supported by Hazmat 4, which acts as the secondary/decon team, and the 2 Squad companies. This rig is the replacement for the 2019 Seagrave/SVI after it was involved in a traffic collision. Castle Beach Fire Department is proud to present brand new Hazardous Materials 1. Built on a 2020 Seagrave Marauder II cab with SVI bodywork, this rig replaces the 2019 Seagrave/SVI Hazmat rig, after the rig was involved in a traffic accident. Unlike most special operations apparatus, the new HM1 does not have a slide out. However, a command center is located in the cab along with a Flow Sciences biological safety cabinet to analyze foreign samples. HM1 also carries a wide variety of meters and detection kits to fulfill the motto “In omnia paratus,” which means “ready for anything.” HM1 is staffed daily by 8 firefighters, all of whom are hazardous materials specialists. Technical specs: 2020 Seagrave Marauder II/SVI Hazmat 500-hp Cummins X-12 engine Federal Signal Lighting Hi-Viz BG2 scene lighting B&M Super Chief mechanical Siren Federal Signal Touchmaster Siren Grover Air horns NightScan PowerLite Radios and command equipment Detection cameras (heat sensitive, infrared) Wilburt Telescoping Pneumatic Mast Pelco Command Camera System Climatronics Tecmet II weather station Battery operated Holmatro extraction tools Vanair Pro Air Compressor Harrison On-Board generator Flow Sciences interior lab containment enclosure Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometer Extensive library of MSDS handbooks CO monitors Level A and B entry suits EOD suits Testing equipment and meters 60 minute air bottles Leak and spill kits for chlorine and other dangerous chemicals Sparkless power-tools Propane burn off kits Pipe sealing equipment Mercury leak kit Decontamination equipment Oil Absorbents Emulsifiers Immersion suits Credit: David H for the compartments Inspired by: LAFD Squad 21 Denver HAMER 1 Seattle Hazmat 1 FDNY Hazmat 1 Numerous upgrades to the cab include the Hi-Viz BG2 scene lights on the brow. Additional warning systems like the B&M Super Chief mechanical siren, Federal Signal Touchmaster, and the Grover air horns aid in clearing streets. Hazmat 1 is the first special ops rig in many years to not have a slide-out. As the crew rides in either the walk-in portion of the apparatus or in HM1A, the area behind the driver and officer is setup for command purposes. In addition, the Flow Sciences biological safety cabinet was moved to this location as well. The apparatus committee worked closely with SVI to optimize storage of the equipment that HM1 carries. The rear of the apparatus shows the thermal camera, the steps leading to the roof of the rig, and the door to the walk-in portion. The apparatus is a full walk-through and provides ample space for the crew to suit up at scenes. Hence, all the various suits, from the Level A suits to the regular PPE are stored here to provide rapid access to suits. As Castle Beach has a large port, railways, a large international airport, and several industrial areas, there are many high risk sections of the city, necessitating the need for a highly trained hazmat team. Hazmat 1 is also certified to respond to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives calls, fulfilling the catchphrase of the company, “In Omnia Paramus.” \ Hazmat 1 carries many non-sparking tools to allow for rescues in areas where there may be gases that could potentially ignite should a spark occur. Hazmat 1 responds to any situation needing their expertise, whether it is a fuel leak, mercury spill, or any other response that poses a threat to the health of our minifigures.
  2. One of my latest creations is this 2020 International Workstar Rescue Utility for Brickadia Fire and Rescue. This apparatus will be in service as Air & Light 37. A&L 37 is built on a 2020 International Workstar with SVI bodywork. Responding to extended incidents, this apparatus provides rehab for operating units by providing refreshments as well as a lavatory. A Mako air refilling station allows for SCBA to be refilled on-scene rather than having to return to headquarters to retrieve more air bottles. In the rear, a 30-gal Trimax CAFS unit can be used for small fires or decontamination purposes. A&L 37 is also equipped with an onboard air compressor for hydraulic powered tools and a generator to run electric powered tools. Technical specs: 2020 International Workstar 4x4 with SVI bodywork Cummins L9 engine Allison EVS 4000 transmission Vertical exhaust piping FRC scene lighting Harrison 20-kW PTO-driven generator 185-cfm Vanair PTO-driven air compressor Code 3 Lighting B&M Super Chief Siren Motorola Spectra electronic siren Grover Air horns Mako Mobile Air refill station Trimax 30 gal CAFS unit Inspired by: North Bellmore FD Tech Rescue 6512 Credits: James K, Abeed M, Sven J, and CC for inspiring the front David H for inspiring the compartments
  3. jtooker

    Forged in Fire

    Website | Flickr | YouTube
  4. CastleBeachFire

    MOC: Castle Beach Fire Department

    Hi everybody! This is my first post here, but I have been on the web for more than 12 yrs now! Some of you may recognize my work from either my webpage or my social media outlets, but in case you're not familiar; I'm Michael, and I love to build various fire apparatus! My fictional city is Castle Beach, which is modeled after Los Angeles. I will be showcasing some of my work below! This first picture is arguably my most popular creation: Engine 15, a 2019 Seagrave Marauder II 75' Meanstick. The unique color scheme is due to the fact that its primary response area includes the airport, hence the vibrant colors. Looking forward to meeting many of you in the future! Cheers! ~Michael
  5. Saberwing40k

    2020 Dumpster Fire

    Ah 2020. It's like, to quote the Angry Video Game Nerd, mixing $h!t with turds! It's been an absolute dumpster fire, and this MOC reflects that. Excuse the potato picture, I think my phone might be broken. Stay safe out there, the big 'Rona is no joke.
  6. Hi everyone, for my first EB MOC post, I would like to share my most recent Real Life Bricks creation. This is Engine 135, stationed in the South District of my city. Engine 135 is a 2020 E-One Typhoon Engine. The specifications are that of a real life truck(the color scheme and design are my own however), and the specs are as follows: 2020 E-One Typhoon Cummins 500 HP Diesel Federal Signal EQ2B siren FedSig lighting 2000 GPM pump 1000 gal water Thanks for stopping by, if you would like to see more real life builds or some of my digital stuff, (I have about 30 digital creations that have not been built IRL) let me know!
  7. Hi guys At first, we want to introduce ourselves: We are three excited Lego builders: Budo, Paliason and Bedo. Each of us has built many of our own MOCs in the past. Before the recent, we decided to do something together. The main condition was to do something untraditional, original and with many details. This is the Lego project, which we will introduce to you now. It is the scene from the PC game Command & Conquer: GENERALS and its expansion ZERO HOUR. Three factions fight against each other: USA, CHINA and GLA. USA: CHINA: GLA: Our common goal is to make a large map of approx. 6.25 square meters and on it the combat scenes of vehicles and the infantry of all three opponents. The map will also include several civilian objects (farm, houses), industrial buildings (Oil derricks) but also large USA base. The model will be dedicated to exhibitions and commemorations of the great PC game C&C: GENERALS, at this year's 15th anniversary of this masterpiece. Finished 3D CAD models: USA - Vehicles: USA - Structures: CHINA - Vehicles: GLA - Vehicles:
  8. I scored a huge haul yesterday - I was at a Value Village and for $13 CAD picked up a giant bag of Lego. Turns out it was about 90% of a City Fire Station 60110. I cleaned and rebuilt it - I had to use about a dozen pieces from my own collection and had to make some substitutions (mainly in the colour of the piece or using two 2x1 instead of one 4x1, etc) for pieces I didn't have. There were also a bunch of extra pieces as well! Try and guess where I had to make substitutions! There's only two spots that I just left empty. I'm excited now for all these plates and tiles - also any ideas for a next red-coloured build?
  9. CastleBeachFire

    MOC: Brick Mawr Fire Department Truck 43

    Hi everybody! My latest fire truck creation is this 2014 Smeal Sirius tower ladder featuring nine functional compartments! The city of Brick Mawr is a small bustling town located in the southeast portion of Los Angelego County. Brick Mawr Fire Department annually runs 5000 calls per year out of one station: Station 43, which houses one engine, this tower ladder, a paramedic squad, a McCorbrick BLS ambulance, and a battalion chief. Truck 43 is a 2014 Smeal Sirius 100’ rear-mount platform and responds first-due to all structure fires. This truck also carries a complete Holmatro extraction tools, Paratech struts and airbags. For structure fires, the rig is equipped with forcible entry tools, ventilation tools, and 167 ft of ground ladders. Technical Specs: 2014 Smeal Sirius 100’ RM tower ladder B&M Super Chief siren Federal Signal Touchmaster siren Grover air horns Code 3 lighting package 2000 gpm Waterous two-stage pump 420 gal water tank 20 gal Class A foam 40 gal Class B foam 500’ of 4” LDH 400’ of 2.5” attack hose 400’ of 1.75” attack hose 400’ of 1.5” attack hose 300’ of 1” attack hose 100’ of booster hose High rise packs Certified ALS non-transport unit Complete Holmatro EVO-3 battery operated extraction equipment Paratech struts and airbags 167’ of ground ladders Credits: Bryn Mawr, PA for city name and color scheme inspiration St. Louis Fire Department H&L 1 David H for the compartments
  10. squall87

    [Moc] The Lego Fire Station

    Hi everyone. I show you my project of a fire brigade barracks. The first three renderings date back to March 2016. It took me a few months to recover all the necessary pieces. Over time there have been several changes, including the addition of a courtyard with several other small buildings and a maneuvering castle (the building that use firemen to practice). The original idea was to replicate an existing barracks located near where I live, in fact, soon the project was transformed into something certainly simpler trying to bring together in the same building an office area and a car storage area. Currently I'm working (through stud.io 2) to version 3.0 of the barracks, you see the first renderings in the last two photos in this topic. Version 2.0 was made with the use of a Sbrick, I leave videos demonstrating how it works. And next next step... Fire Station 4.0 powered up by PFX Brick. Fire Brigade by Ario Gaviore, su Flickr Fire Station by Ario Gaviore, su Flickr Fire Station by Ario Gaviore, su Flickr Fire Station 3.0 by Ario Gaviore, su Flickr Fire Station 3.0 by Ario Gaviore, su Flickr
  11. Topher

    [MOC] CFD Engine 51

    First post so hello there! Over the years, LEGO has created a mass of various, more or less successful sets. Some of them should be refreshed or something similar to the UCS series. Below is my variation of the fire city sets. Ladies and gentlemen, from NBC tv Show Chicago Fire, Engine 51 on scene. This is just one of several well-known CFD fire trucks that I build for my own city. Enjoy ENGINE 51 by Topher, on Flickr Engine 51 by Topher, on Flickr Engine 51 by Topher, on Flickr
  12. These days all we have a lot of free time, excepting the public services, who are working working hard for us. This is an small tribute to all these people. The URO 4x4 is mainly used in Spain by the firefighters, but also for the UME (Military Emergency Unit). I´ve tried to replicate it with Lego Thecnic, but trying to get the closest appearance instead a lot os mechanism. Just suspensions and winch. Even with this, is so heavy! Aprox 3 Kg and more than 60 cm long. Hope you like it! And the original one. Really a big beast!
  13. Flashover Recordings is the record label set up by Dutch DJ / producer Ferry Corsten. After being in the music business for over 15 years, Ferry started Flashover Recordings in 2005 to release new, fresh and innovative dance productions. It's a mirrored version of the 'classic fire' insignia from the early 1990s. I wonder if Corsten granted permission from TLG to use this.
  14. Flameo my fellow Avatar fans, I’m a huge fan of ATLA and I need your help. Recently I have submitted a project on LEGO IDEAS, it's the Spirit Oasis from Avatar: The Last Airbender. As you might know LEGO IDEAS is a website which allows users to submit ideas for Lego products to be turned into potential sets. So If my project reaches 10.000 supporters it may become an official LEGO Product. Many Avatar Fans including me would love to purchase another LEGO ATLA Set since the original sets from 2006 are not available anymore. Check out my project: The Spirit Oasis Project on LEGO IDEAS All you need to do is press the support button and create a free LEGO Account if necessary. Thanks a lot, Every supporter counts!
  15. My entry was selected to the Fan Vote phase of "Build a Vintage car to cruise the streets of LEGO® Modular Buildings!". If you like it, please vote it before Dec-4th, to be an official "LEGO Gift with Purchase" set: https://ideas.lego.com/challenges/bafd4186-bb49-4eb0-903f-910415f04391/application/080bc359-fa49-4bd9-894c-2b627ba2abc7 More details: The title came from the movie "Jailhouse Rock" because of the striped T-shirt of the "bad boy". It is a late 50's muscle car tuning. On the main picture the couple is watching the freshly installed supercharger and on the last one the first try is visible :) One of the most interesting thing about this car is the brickbuilt flame decoration which was inspired by one of my Matchboxes from my childhood. Some tricky solutions were used to build the flame decoration on the hood especially without the supercharger which is visible on one of the pictures. I prefer this solution instead of stickers to keep the flexibility of the used parts in further builds. It is (mostly) a studless build in Speed Champions style which means a 6 studs wide car with a 4 studs wide windscreen. However the front wheels came from a City set to make them similar to the rear ones which are a bit bigger Creator wheels to make the car more dynamic. I hope you enjoy this car. Many thanks for your votes and comments! Jailhouse Romance 01 by László Torma, on Flickr Jailhouse Romance 02 by László Torma, on Flickr Jailhouse Romance 04 by László Torma, on Flickr Jailhouse Romance 03 by László Torma, on Flickr Jailhouse Romance 05 by László Torma, on Flickr All of the selected entries (15 pcs from appr. 1100 entries, sorted by random): https://ideas.lego.com/challenges/bafd4186-bb49-4eb0-903f-910415f04391?challenge_phase=5b9699a1-1e1c-4a9a-896f-d74f4d778836&query=&sort=random
  16. Farnheim

    MOC – Mobile Command Unit

    Happy new year everyone! Before Christmas I could finish my lastest project for my fictional Fire Department of the City of Farnheim. This huge new mobile command unit (MCU) replaces an old bus. These kind of trucks are common in cities with more than 400,000 residents here in Germany. Based on an regular truck chassis it has a typical boxed body that can be expanded at the passenger side to increase the room's space. Equipped with high end communication and radio features to handle huge incidents. I've build a five studs wide box to get the right scale for the expansion. The rest is classically 4wide. I attached most of the details to the roof, like an air condition, a few antennas, a satellite dish and a red flash light (that locates the command unit for others at scenes). Freshly arrived at the main fire station it got its first "very close inspection" by some of the firemen. Btw, I got the ideas mostly from here and here (German text version only). Hope you like it. Thanks for watching! Bright red regards, Maik aka Farnheim
  17. Chrismo72

    [MOC] Large Fire Engine

    Hey all I´m exited to introduce my second MOC here on Eurobricks. I am a true rookie when it comes to building with system bricks, as I've spent more time doing Technic stuff. I tried to make this MOC more realistic than the fire engines that Lego usually releases, and I´ve drawn inspiration from real Scania fire vehicles. Because i wanted to make this thing closer the real thing, I've spent some time at the local fire station, getting to know the real machines. I’m very grateful for comments, questions and suggestions for improvements. Hope you like it, and thanks for taking the time to watch the pictures. Features All doors and hatches can be opened/closed Fully decorated and detailed interior in the cabin Lots of different details that relates to the real deal. Room for 4 minifigs with accessories. 558 parts (without the minifigs) I am very grateful for your support over at Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/b991a9d2-2265-4ed9-afda-91b9cf0d7f28 Pictures (Bigger pictures in my Flickr account: https://www.flickr.com/photos/131504322@N02/albums) The truck is 8 studs wide, 11 studs high and 17 studs long. This MOC is actually fun to play with. Loaded with equipment, a water cannon and 4 minifigs the possibilities are many. All doors can be opened. The left side is for technical evacuation and rescuing of trapped persons. Here you'll find the hydraulic tools, power tools and life vests. It thinks firefighters deserve appreciation. The salary is low, but still they risk their lives for everybody else. In the back of the truck you find pump controls and connection point for water hoses. The right side of the truck contains tools for firefighting. Different nozzles, hoses and the Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) If I had a Scania sticker, I would have used it. For now this is proud product of Autoparts. On the roof, you@ll find the water cannon, ladders, hoses, tools and of course the obligatory fire axe. Detalied interior with communication equipment, GPS, IR-camera, flashlights and binoculars. The setup matches real fire engines. "Firefighting is all about megablocks. Busting ours to save yours" Updated picture of the cabin interior. (Rendered in Bricklink Studio) Another color scheme, since yellow seems to be the new white in modern fire engines. (Rendered i Bricklink Studio) Thanks for watching :-)
  18. The Humble Bricksmith

    MOC: Brick-Built City Billboards

    8 Billboards so far... by Humble Bricksmith, on Flickr Over the past year, I've been working on making city billboards, depicting classic LEGO themes. Billboards are a great way to add unique flair and character to any LEGO city or diorama. Without using any printed bricks, it becomes very difficult to create small details without scaling up your creation. I figured that billboards are a good compromise between detail and scale. For anyone interested, check out my Flickr, or support me on LEGO Ideas! Also, you're welcome to download LDD or Studio files of these projects Here.
  19. A_Goodman

    (MOC) Hagrid's Hut

    Hagrid's Hut 1 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Hagrid's Hut 2 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Hagrid's Hut 3 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Hagrid's Hut 4 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Hagrid's Hut 5 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr This is my custom Lego Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut. This was my submission to the Lego Wizarding World build competition. These are the photos I submitted and as one of the requirements of the contest no minifigures were permitted but I plan on taking a few with Hagrid and Fang and potentially Harry Ron and Hermione.
  20. This building is inspired by set 10263 (Winter Village Fire Station), while the pumper truck was originally designed by Brick City Depot alongside their version of a Winter Village fire station. The fire truck has been built in real life for almost a year, but a good fire station design to go with it has eluded me until very recently, when I downloaded set 10263 from Eurobricks' "official LEGO sets in LDD" topic (which was built by @Migui94, just to be clear. ) As you can see, both have been heavily modified, with the building having an opening rear half / removable roof and an bright red color scheme and the truck being rebuilt from the front end to the cab. (which has a roof!) The rear of the building has a couple windows and plenty of room for the fire truck inside, while the top of the tower has a water barrel. Inside on the front half is the fireman's pole, with half the the living quarters upstairs and some equipment down near the truck. The building locks shut on a Technic pin to keep the building from opening during transit to shows / during storage. The upper floor roof is also removable on the two half-sections, to access the enclosed bunk-room and get at the kitchen better. Four figures can sleep in the bunk beds, (good luck getting the two in the bottom sections, though!) and the pool table is supposed to have this print for the eight ball. The kitchen section has two chairs, a radio, telephone, dog bed, stove, sink and coffee machine. Please NOTE: the building is only open-able to 90 degrees. Any further bashes the roof into itself or the wall into the outside lantern (if the roof is removed). This fire truck was originally designed by Brick City Depot alongside their Winter Village fire station, but was been heavily redesigned by me a while back to better fit with the rest of my early 1900's vehicles. This truck features two hoses, two fire extinguishers and a ladder. One seat is included for the driver. As usual, comments, questions, complaints, and suggestions are welcome!
  21. Class AEGIR turntable ladder belongs to the special purpose aerial apparatus class of fire fighting vehicle. More in particular class AEGIR vehicles are "quint" fire trucks, turntable ladders with additional functions such as an onboard pump, a water tank, fire hose, aerial ladder and multiple ground ladders. A class AEGIR fire truck has a 40 meters long telescopic ladder with a large chest and a water cannon, 4 main hoses (front, left side, right side, ladder) and 4 spare hoses, ground ladders, medical kit, fire fighting equipments (air tanks and masks, hatchets, jackets, saws, hydraulic spreader and cutter, various tools, fire extinguishers), external power generator, lights. The main pump (for water and hydraulic) has 450 horse power (from vehicle engine), and every class AEGIR vehicle has 2 water tank: 1x water (4500 l) and 1x foam (700 l). Lego Ladder Fire Truck 1 class AEGIR (1) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr Lego Ladder Fire Truck 1 class AEGIR (2) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr Lego Ladder Fire Truck 1 class AEGIR (6) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr Lego Ladder Fire Truck 1 class AEGIR (7) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr For more pictures visit my Flickr page!
  22. scottwb2010

    Scotsburgh Fire Department Update

    Hi Its been a while since I first posted my origanal Scotsburgh Fire department Appliances photo's http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=75356&hl= so thought it was about time I gave an update. Here are appliances/engines that were introduced through 2014. The first appliance/engine is a Scania/Bronto 28m Allrounder, which is an Aerial Rescue Pump. Basically a combined aerial appliance and Rescue Pump. As detailed its on a Scania crew cab chassis with double rear axle to take the weight and has Bronto 28m boom package. First photo's of this are from my LDD design of the appliance. I have brick built it so photo's to follow. Scania Chassis with water tank Scania Chassis with bodywork Unfortunatley I couldn't work out how to get LDD to allow the boom package to fit on the body, but you'll see it when I post the brick built version. Comments as always welcome.
  23. Some people say that the prequels sucked...and they did...but I believe that this scene redeemed all 3 movies (Minus He-sa who-sa shall not be named-sa ;) So I decided to replicate this epic Lightsaber battle in Lego. This moc has over 1500 pieces (most of which are in the lava) and took me and my sister about 7 hours to build and finalize. After a week of looking at it I thought something was missing so I ordered some fantastic Lego lights and set them up under that lava to create a fantastic effect. I would love some feedback on the moc and I'd love to hear your opinions. Thanks so much for taking a look!
  24. Sebeus I

    A simple matter of math

    The tales all tell about captains brave enough to challenge larger and more heavily armed opponents. And succesfully defeat those opponents by witty tactics and superior maneuvering ... However, those are the tales. When you face reality, reality in the shape of an English frigate facing a French 64 gun battle ship that is, all kinds of heroics are reduced and everything becomes a simple equation taking into account the relevant numbers. A bold move of the English captain but a stupid one, one full broadside of the French 64 was enough to blast him back to reality. A cooperation with Captain Greenhair.
  25. sander1992

    MOC: Sirius Black

    Hi everyone, I participated on a contest of LowLUG. The contest was to build something what has something to do with: in fire and flame. Maximum 16 x 16 studs and 20 bricks high. The third and last build was Sirius Black. I wanted to create the face of Sirius Black in the fire. I had the printed tile as example for the shape, but the colors of the printed tile were terrible. I used a lot of spike (?) parts for the hair, but it felt incomplete and I had no idea to change it. For more pictures see my Flickr album Sirius Black. Questions and feedback are welcome. Sander