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  1. I made this little thing with +/- 10000 pieces, 6x2 48x48 base plates and it's modular. Campolide station in the 80s, I used as a reference base 2 photos only. It took me about 3 weeks to do it.
  2. Sérgio

    [MOC] Touristic Tram

    The Sintra tramway is a seasonal narrow gauge tourist line linking the town of Sintra with Praia das Maçãs (Apple's Beach), Portugal Its a realy beautiful model, and i make it in a 7Wide Model :)
  3. ThePowder

    Hey from Portugal

    Well hello there! My name is Bruno Peralta, I'm 26 and I live in Portugal. I recently started building Lego tecnhic as I always loved Lego, but only recently I started buying Lego tecnhic sets. My Hobby's are building Lego tecnhic things as I don't actually like to follow rules, so I just assemble and disassemble until I'm actually happy with it, and im also a photographer, I love capturing the mesmerizing moments of the nature. Cheers, and I hope I'm welcome here and we stay in touch with you all.
  4. Hello World! This is my first post in this forum and i will start with my second work, a Ferrari F488 Spider. Later i will post my first work, a Chevrolet Camaro or you can just see it now in my Youtube Channel ( I will have instructions for this Ferrari but i dont know when. I'm out of time for now. :\ Please see the promotion video i made for it with a little help from 5571 truck! Photos: Lego Ideas: Cheers from Portugal! :)
  5. brunoctoday

    [MOC] Farm Van

    Hey guys! I'm going to show you one of my latest works: Farm Van I hope you like it!?
  6. Dear all, The Portuguese LEGO User Group - PLUG will host another BRInCKa event in the city of Braga in Portugal from the 7th until the 9th of October 2016. This will be the second BRinCKA event in Braga after receiving about 26000 visitors during its first edition in 2014. If you are curious to know how it went, here are some fotos of the event: BRInCKa Facebook: Braga BRInCKa 2016 Facebook event: Cheers
  7. PauloS

    Hello from Portugal

    Hello. My name is Paul and I am Portuguese. I have RC model-building experience, but I received a gift of a lego Mobile Crane MK II - 42009 and never build any tecknics lego. Wish me luck... :)
  8. Hello everyone. I finished the 42009 Mobile Crane Mk II. It is working perfectly. It was my first model in LEGO, not counting the smaller models in childhood. It was a good challenge for those who, like me, have very low vision, but I managed. I enjoy RC models, and I intend to just build other models that can be radio controlled. Now I am in doubt of what may be my next step. Build the Ultimate 42009, or forward to another challenging model? What will be the most appropriate? I appreciate your support. Paulos
  9. snaillad

    MOC: Rua Amarelo

    Hi folks, My long running saga of a project has finally been finished. Inspired by a trip to Portugal this summer, Rua Amarelo is a corner street featuring a Pasteleria and a hat shop. The yellow corner building is perhaps more authentic in colour and I would of preferred to have made a tiled effect for the narrower building but could not source enough tiles from what I had at my disposal. Really would like TLG to bring back sand red in an assortment of pieces! No interior this time but I'm hoping to have something to see inside on my next MOC which is already planned. Anyway on with all 4 of the pics; You can view them at flickr if you so wish Comments welcome!
  10. Hello to all another replica of a Portuguese train , it is a suburban train passengers. Wide 7 , very long , each carriage has approximately 50 studs length. I tried to catch the most characteristic details , the cockpit has a lot of work , but I liked the result. unfortunately given the price of the windows and doors will not build bricks . this is also my farewell as builder trains will go on hiatus this " branch " indefinitely. The reason is that it is becoming too expensive to build train to my current financial capacity , another is lack of space at home to expose them , I have all trains boxed and only see the light of day when they go exhibitions . I've had 4 front pages and it gave me great motivation not to stop :) but at this point I have to slow down a bit , I will continue to build the smallest things , but I promise to always keep the same quality and style that always had . thank you all :) BIG Size image: http://farm8.staticf...733617dab_o.png
  11. This is a Portuguese DMU Replica the only exists one of this DMU and its use only for rent. The Moc was one of the most challenging thing i haver did, the front have extreme SNOT technics i know some parts doesnt exist, but if i have chance to build this in real bricks i will try other solutions comments are welcome :)
  12. Sérgio

    [MOC] Presidential Train

    hello my friends this is my recent creation made on LDD and render with Pov Ray its a 7wide train:) its another portuguese Replica, The "presidential Train" full size image: The project Presidential Tours - Tourist Travel Train in Historic Trains primarily aims at the conservation and restoration of the old Presidential Train - a special composition used by the Head of State and his Entourage between 1910 and 1970. In the year of the celebration of the Centenary of Tourism in Portugal, this emblematic train got back not only all its physical and functional capabilities, through a rigorous process of conservation and restoration, but also all its dignity as a patrimonial object of unique value. The key solution for a better understanding and interpretation of the Presidential Train was the full restoration of the six vehicles that comprides the Presidential Train, according to the look it would have on the 1970` s, wich is the last known image of the Presidential Train as such. In a unprecedent project in Portugal, the vehicles were recovered from the mechanical, technical and patrimonial point of view, in order to proceed with the reorganization of this special composition, according to its valences and historical-cultural values. Now its a long journey to make it in real bricks :)
  13. This train is a replica of the commuter train from Lisbon actually walk everyday them :) has two floors, two 9V motors, about 1 meter and 60 centimeters it took me about a year to build almost 4000 pieces these photos has no stickers yet, but I think its enough to compare to the original Hope you like it i know it should be 7wide, but i dont have enough bircks to do that modification for now :)
  14. Hello i made this moc with a big AFOL Friend The name translate in English its somethink like "Star Basilic" its a monumente in Lisbon, Portugal made with some withe leftovers bricks :P Hope you like it
  15. Welcome! Arte em Peças®is a LEGO® Fan Event that takes place in Paredes de Coura, Portugal. It is organized by Comunidade 0937 in close collaboration with the Municipality of Paredes de Coura. Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity to observe a wide exhibition of LEGO® creations built by members of Comunidade 0937 and by AFOLs from other international groups, as well as participate in contests and activities, build freely in the available playzone and have great moments of fun. The exhibition is composed by millions of elements that give life to hundreds of original buildings, from cities, castles, pirates, western, space, robotics... as well as other giant creations, all in LEGO®, off course! Visit us from 2PM of Saturday 1st of June till 8PM of Sunday 2nd of June and from 5PM of 7th of June till 6PM of 10th of June! We are proud to announce some great highlights: - Marcos Bessa, a portuguese LEGO Designer and member of our LUG Comunidade 0937, will be at our event "Arte em Peças 2013 - LEGO Fan Event" on the 8th of June.Enjoy the opportunity to buy one of his latest LEGO sets where he does a great homage to our LUG Comunidade 0937 - 10937 Batman™: Arkham Asylum Breakout - Megan Rothrock one of the most creative and well know AFOL in the LEGO world will be present in"Arte em Peças 2013 - LEGO Fan Event"to present her recent book:"The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 1: Cars, Castles, Dinosaurs & More!" But she doesn't come alone, she will be with one more special guest/participant of the book, Are J. Heiseldal! - It will be displayed in"Arte Peças® 2013 - LEGO® Fan Event” the most recent LEGO Robotics set, the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3! For more information visit our oficial webpage: Arte em Peças 2013 - LEGO Fan Event or our related topic in our LUGs Forum. If you know someone nearby tell them about it, you're all welcome! We are counting on your visit!
  16. The Portuguese LEGO User Group ( PLUG) will be holding its Brincka 2013 exposition from April 26th until April 28th in the city of Oeiras - Portugal Access map