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  1. This gothic-style building is inspired by 2011 Harry Potter set 10217 - Diagon Alley, specifically the Borgin and Burkes shop. Before I get started, thanks for these rendered pictures of my model goes to my brother for converting them all into for me. They look really awesome with the printed / missing parts from LDD added back in! Anyway, this building will serve as my town's 1940's-set police station. It was heavily expanded from it's original form to have a second story and back wall. It also has hinges (like in the old Medieval Market Village - set 10193) to allow for it to open up to 90 degrees to access the inside. The building's design also features a tower, three fireplaces on one chimney flue, and staircase to the upper floor. Sadly, the attic has no room for any staircase leading to it. This model will serve as my police station on my town, and as such has a jail cell, "wanted" board, two desks and a weapons storage area by the back door. There is also a breakaway exterior wall section in the cell to bust the bad guys out! The patrol car model is heavily modified from this Rebrickable MOC's free instructions. I will have two of these cars to go with the police precinct. I plan on buying three regular 1940's-style officers and one Chief from the Police Station modular building - set 10278 for these models as well. The inside seats two figures: one officer as the driver, and one suspect in the back. That's a bout all for this building for now. I've found about 680 of 1,092 parts for the project, (minus the vehicles and figs) so it could be built relatively soon. Thoughts, anyone?
  2. Leewan

    [MOC] Vintage Police Car

    Since the upcoming Modular Police Station won't come with a car, I've decided to build one myself : It's inspired by 40's American Police cars, and I did my best to make it look like the official sets so it won't look out of place in a Modular Street. The doors can open, and the roof and rear windscreen can be easily removed to access the interior, where there's room for two minifigs. Ideally it would be a police officer and the terrible Donut Thief buf of course I don't have them yet, so I used the minifigs from 40409 Hot Rod instead. Speaking of which, here's a comparison shot between the two cars : Instructions for this model can be found on Rebrickable : If you want to try different colour schemes, modify the model (to turn it into a civilian version for example), or simply see it under every possible angle, you can check the 3D model on Mecabricks : PS : Oh, I almost forgot something, shame on me. I wanted to say a big thank you to @_shaddow_ for his help.
  3. Preview of my 10278 police station mini modular. 8x8 base plate. 380!!! parts´╗┐. Number of parts increased once again 25% compared to last year. Height fits my other Lego mini modulars. Stability of all parts was checked positive. Contains two parts, which will be first time released in the modular 10278 in new colours (24246 tile, modified, 1x1 half circle). I'm still optimizing parts/cost usage and working at the PDF instructions. Also have to build the real version to identify issues, so there might be small changes to the final mini. Expected final release mid January. I'll add this informations at my bricksafe page: 10278 Police Station Mini Modular - Bricksafe
  4. Hello! This is my first time posting a moc so let me know if I can improve anything. 41B4834C-6DAC-4F9F-836E-CFEDF4952B98 by Bob, on Flickr I made this a year ago but have recently revisited it to redo parts and make it better! The ground floor is dedicated to the garage and a small holding cell. This would mainly be used for over night prisoners, higher risk criminals would be transferred to a bigger facility. 49D03DCD-7CDB-4B73-865F-19C63E596D80 by Bob, on Flickr The whole build is modular so the floors can be easily lifted away for easy access to the interior 3B42090C-32F0-4038-B444-D92493EA6186 by Bob, on Flickr Unfortunately due to space constraints, a standard car just sticks out a little bit from the garage. However, it can fit the small undercover police car and the police motorcycle. Once I put this in my city (currently dismantled), the 2 police cars and truck will be stored in a yard behind the station. Besides, it makes more sense to me to store things that cannot be locked inside a garage. BD0F2094-0795-49B0-9AF1-21265188A57B by Bob, on Flickr 51CA1179-CE8F-4C6A-8A67-EC89A911287E by Bob, on Flickr The 2nd floor houses the main area for the officers. A divider wall separates the work stations from the rest of the room. Currently I have it set up so an officer could stay at the station 24/7, sorta like a security guard. E7B2BB48-61B3-4FDC-BD0C-5DDDB661E32E by Bob, on Flickr 149C6413-4225-484F-BD3A-CDFBFA86C596 by Bob, on Flickr The far desk is a sort of forensics area, with a computer to document finds and plenty of space to do all the necessary forensic stuff. It seems an officer is working on a strange case involving a pan and some money. Wonder what that could be? 448B3EFD-0D7E-4DC5-AF45-E40FDC2BAB93 by Bob, on Flickr The other desk houses the dispatch area, with a computer and some sort of station that has a mic and some gauges. A59CDAC6-CC52-4EB2-9277-F689545D263E by Bob, on Flickr On the other side, there is a simple bed and a cabinet containing some food and utensils. On the counter, there is a plate with fresh subs from the local deli, and a tasty donut from the coffee shop. Next to that is the all important coffee maker. 477B89F7-C1FE-4A2B-AFE6-330F5B3E56B2 by Bob, on Flickr Finally, on the roof, a simple overhang with some tiles on top completes the main structure part of the roof. On top of that, a big police sign lets the public aware of what the building is. Also on the roof, a security camera records the entrance of the station. Eventually I need to find a better place to mount it but it works for now. 17D4C4F8-3B07-4A0A-97BE-C77CB0005695 by Bob, on Flickr The 2 main vehicles that serve the police station Sorry if this got long, I like talking about my LEGO builds. Please leave any feedback that you have so I can improve my future mocs! hopefully the pictures work- first time using Flickr
  5. Hello all! I have begun planning for a MOC I am making in my goal to create a realistic depiction of a bustling metropolis city, heavily influenced by New York City. It would be a police station! I am not an experienced builder (as in I have never made a modular MOC before), and I thought the best way to come up with a design was to lay out my options, by scouting around the Internet for other existing MOCs are real precincts in NYC. However, I have noticed many of these Police Station MOCs are just "big grey boxes" (I don't mean this in a mean way, but they are largely grey and they are very rectangular), and the real precincts are decrepit, brick boxes! I want my station to look nice, have texture, etc. etc., but I don't want it to be just one big box. The coolest station I saw so far was this French Police Station (I forget the guy's name, but I believe he posted this on Flickr; his name was French too), but the problem is that its architecture is obviously French in nature, and would look odd in my American city. I have come here for advice. Specifically, how do I make my station look "nice" (i.e. doesn't look like a City set, it has texture, it looks like the great MOCs I always see here on Eurobricks!) and realistic without it looking like one big grey box? Any ideas for sources, or any existing MOCs you really like that fit my criteria (Urban, American Police Station)?
  6. I was inspired by this Winter Village build over on the Town forum by user @Nieks from 2015 to build this mid-20th century (think like around the 1960's or 70's) inspired Gotham City police station. The station comes with a Bat-phone on the Commissioner's desk, and a Bat-signal on the roof. (though, it's lacking a single printed part on the signal plus the front door should have this printed piece above it) On the right side you have an drive-thru awning for patrol cars to drop off criminals for booking at the station. Inside the station on the upper floor, just above the holding cell is Commissioner Gordon's office with the Bat-phone. Dotted around the station we have five desks for the officers to do paper work at, and finally, a single holding cell for inmates before transfer to Arkham Asylum (for the super-powered inmates and / or the criminally insane, such as the Joker or Poison Ivy) or Blackgate Prison (the common riff-raff / lower rated powered criminals who are technology dependent go there, such as The Penguin or Kite Man.) NOTE: The grille pieces in front of the building are supposed to go on the desks as part of the typewriter assembly. (It doesn't fit in LDD, sadly.) As it's the late 1970's or early '80's here in my model's timeline, the desktop computer has yet to make it's mark on crime-fighting.... unless you're a billionaire / inventor named Bruce Wayne that is! Set 71016 (Kwik-E-Mart) has had the police car changed from black and white to blue and white. The car feature seating for three, with two officers in the front, and one criminal in the back behind the security fence. The trunk of the police car should have this part on it. The trunk opens up, and both side doors open as well. Most of the roof lifts away (not shown) for access to the inside. As for the Batman and his arch-nemesis, I've already got his ride and the Joker's covered by previously released Lego sets. I also plan on manning the Police station with Lego Batman movie figures, such as Commissioner Gordon, Chief O'Hara, and a few other surprises. If anyone has any comments, questions, suggestions, or complaints please don't hesitate to respond below!
  7. peedeejay

    [MOC] Modular Police Station

    Hey everyone. I would like to present my 11th modular building. A modular police station. Since I wasn't sure what to build next, I asked my son what I should build and of course, the answer was: A police station! ;-) So here it is. Outside the police station you can see Ace Brickmann trying to get new information on a lead from a police woman (or maybe her telephone number?). Inside you have a parking lot that fits 6-wide police cars and small prison cells on the ground floor. Middle floor features an interrogation room as well as a mugshot room. Top floor features offices space for detectives and the police commissionor. 3 floors this time and a less crowded facade, which - however - took quite a while since I wanted to combine SNOT tiles, 1,5 plate thick window framing and tiles that stick out with half a plate offset. In the end headlight bricks with SNOTed brackets did the trick. Most of the time however went into the roofline. I always wanted to build an overhanging roof that looks like this one here. In the end, I had to build everything upside down. Below is a selection of images. All of them on flickr. Statistics: Parts: 5101 Design time: About 80h Build time: About 8h As always: Building instructions are available (see signature)! Police_Station_01 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_03 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_04 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_06 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_08 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_09 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_12 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_18 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_21 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr Police_Station_26 by peedeejay!, auf Flickr
  8. Bricked1980


    Hi everyone This my latest MOC and project for LEGO Ideas. My interpretation of a classic American style Police Station. Brick Town Police Station is a corner modular building built to the standard 32x32 footprint. The model is made up from 2826 pieces. The main focus of the model is the Police Station itself but I've also included doughnut store and a Police car. MINIFIGURES The model features 6 minifigures, including 4 Police officers, a criminal and the doughnut store worker. A Police dog is also included. LEVEL 1 - DOUGHNUT STORE AND POLICE STATION The ground level depicts a corner street scene. Various details include a bench, tree and water hydrant. A series of steps lead up to the main entrance of the police station which is set at a 45 degree angle to the rest of the building. The Police Station also features a garage with a barrier that can be raised and lowered to allow the Police car to drive through to the back of the building. Next door to the Police station is the doughnut store featuring bright red striped awning and a large doughnut sign on the roof. A narrow recess between the 2 buildings leads to a separate staff entrance in to the police station. On the ground level of the police station is the reception desk and waiting room. Behind the desk I've included a coffee machine and some equipment storage. There is also a door in this room that leads out to the back of the building where the police car can be parked. LEVEL 2 - OFFICES AND INTERROGATION ROOM A staircase on the ground level leads in to the Chief's office on the next floor. The office features the Chief's desk with a tiny typewriter and other details. Level 2 also features a staff office room with a water cooler and equipment storage. A window in this room overlooks the interview/interrogation room. LEVEL 3 - HOLDING CELLS The third level includes 2 prison holding cells. A door inside this room also gives the mini figs access on to the roof. POLICE CAR The police car is 6 studs wide but has space to fit 2 mini figs side by side in the front seats. THE FINISHED MODEL The image below shows this moc alongside my other modular buildings. Left to right - The Queen Bricktoria, Brick Square Post Office, Bricks & Blooms and The Convenience Store LEGO IDEAS I've added Brick Town Police Station to LEGO Ideas. If you like the model then I'd be massively grateful if you could please spare a few moments to check out the page on LEGO Ideas and give it your support. Thanks for reading and I hope you like Brick Town Police Station, feel free to let me know what you think. If you'd like to see more, then head across to my Flickr page where I've uploaded many more pictures of the model.
  9. I'm not terribly impressed by the 2017 LEGO City Police Station. The set's layout is confusing, the jail cells are oddly positioned at street level outside of the station complex, and many of the building's rooms are unrealistically designed (how are your minifigs meant to get between floors? Or from the helipad on the roof inside the station?).That's why I made an alternate build, using only the pieces that came with set 60141.My police station is more aptly described as a local branch office. Why try to do too much with the parts they gave us in the set? My modification has two floors, an internal cell that is off from the street, and a functional ladder to allow pilots access the building from the helipad.Let me know what you think - and do check out the video review of this MOC!
  10. KrazeMagazine

    Lego City Police Station Unbox and Review

    Hi LEGO fans, I'm from Kraze Magazine! We've recently recorded a fun un box and review video of the awesome new LEGO City Police station set! Check it out on the Kraze YouTube page by clicking HERE - it would be great to hear what you think! We're also giving away three LEGO City Police Stations! So make sure you go and buy Kraze Magazine Issue 65 which is in shops in the UK on 29th March 2017!
  11. This is my entry for the Winter Village contest. 'Police station with police car' A small police station with jail, car and policemen.
  12. Recently I created some LDD Mocs of buildings fitting my city vehicles I will update this topic with every new building that joins my city. Emergency Services fire_station (modified The LEGO Movie building) fire_station police_station police_station All vehicles can be found here Regards marv
  13. Command Post Central, the police station of the Town Jr era, distinctive by its use of trans green windows, released in 1998, was my first ever Lego set. As such, the set set earns a special place in my Lego collection (which since joining here, I have realised is quite meagre). Anyway, as you may know, the Town Jr era was criticised for its use of simplified building techniques and large pieces, and sets released during this period get heavily mocked today. To combat this, I have created an LDD* model heavily inspired by Command Post Central's aesthetic, using the Creator Modular Building guidelines (in regards to sidewalks, connections, storey heights and access). I have designed it in a way that uses more common, hopefully cheaper, bricks (cue many posters saying x brick is now hugely expensive on Bricklink), that when I do eventually decide to build this, it will be fairly reasonable to. OK, there aren't any fancy building techniques, and does not have the cute storybook gingerbread details like the modulars, but I'm content with it. I guess it also could be converted to an office building. Apologies in advance for the awful pictures, LDD can be a nightmare to get decent camera angles in. 2942 pieces. This MOC is fairly modern in style, incorporating many modernistic elements (I think ... I'm a town planner not an architect!) utilising clean lines, floor to ceiling windows that rise up the entire building. The tower is four storeys high (each floor exactly 10 bricks tall). The top three floors are interchangeable, (and can even be ommitted if a one storey building is desired), as each floor has the same footprint, and staircase located in the same place. Ground Floor: Foyer For public enquiries, the foyer has a front desk and waiting area, and a notice board for community information. In addition, the ground floor also contains access and a car port for patrol cars. First Floor: Holding Cell Features a cell with sliding door to hold any suspects, complete with a utilitarian bed, also has a waitig area for the public, bailers and the yet to be locked up, as well as a vending machine and water cooler for the thirsty. Second Floor: Squad Room Using the latest in computing technology, the police can track down suspects from the (dis)comfort of their office chairs, this floor also includes the break room to fill up on coffee and steal yoghurts, and the Chief's office, with panoramic windows to observe all. Third Floor: Forensic Lab Where all the actual detective work is done according to modern television, here is where the lab rats find the killer who always uses a highly new and exclusive product, made by only one manufacturer and sold in only one store in the city, that happens to keep a record of its customers, which includes the only person they met since the murder occurred. The lab includes the central work table thing with a microscope, a fridge to store evidence, as well as the evidence locker which is protected from tampering. Comments, criticisms and opinions welcome. *Due to being a financially strapped student, any and all brick built models will have to wait until I graduate and commence a career. Though I do wonder how extortionately expensive the modulars of today will be by then.
  14. So its been about a year since the last time we took stock of Godwins Hollow's growth and all in all it's been a pretty good year. We've renovated several areas - the Red Brick Pizza Oven, the costume shop, courier, and sporting goods store. We've added a travel agency and post office. Lockridge Estates and Lockridge Farms both got a makeover and we're sure there's a few other things here and there. Anyways, this is where are little city stands today. For all of the pics please feel free to stop by our Flickr page.
  15. ItsaBRICKS

    MOC: Police Station (WIP)

    Hey guys, My newest project is a Police Station for my Lego town. It's still a work in progress; need to get a few more windows and the interior needs some major work. Quick overview shot Right Side Left Side (This is where I need more windows) Ground Floor Second Floor (Needs an actual interior) Third Floor (could still use a little work) That's it for now. I'll update with interior pics later. Any suggestions for what to put in that blank space on the second floor? And any ways to change the middle part of the roof over the balcony area? Not quite sure how to go about making that look better. Comments always appreciated. Thanks!
  16. This is my Police Station. Maybe someone have seen it on rebrickable or in my store at Bricklink. 4012 pieces without furniture or 4902 with furniture!!! If you are hero to build the instructions are ready for you!!! You can find more pictures at: If you want please visit also my facebookpage or my Bricklink store: http://www.bricklink...e.asp?p=ste2208 I hope you can enjoy with it!!! Stefano