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  1. dugmence

    [MOC] Train Station

    Here is my latest MOC. A train station built for Bricks in the Six Convention, which was held in Toronto last weekend. Approximately 60 hours was spent on this project. Roof alone contains over 5000 pieces. My estimate for the entire MOC is over 15000 pieces. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
  2. This is a quick MOC, a Lego custom build of Toronto, a city with a very fascinating skyline. All the buildings are to scale relative to each other. From left to right is the First Canadian Place, Toronto City Hall, CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and Royal Ontario Museum. It's my first microscale build.
  3. Hello everyone, Brickfete will be returning to Toronto a few weeks earlier this July (2nd - 5th) 2015. Registration is still open, tickets are $60 for the 4 day event, The event is geared to Adults fans of LEGO, but we do have two public viewing times Saturday and Sunday between 10 and 3. This Event will mark the beginning of our fifth year, and the Toronto event will be the best one yet. Please go to http://toronto.brickfete.com for details. I look forward to meeting some of you in Toronto. Jeff VW
  4. Ladies and Gentleman, LEGO fans of all ages... Don't miss a great LEGO festival in Toronto, Canada. July 13th & 14th, 2013 10am until 3pm www.brickfete.com The public is invited to view the awesome LEGO Creations on display and we can not wait to show you what we have built. You may see things like a huge Serenity ship, large working amusement park ride, massive train/monorail layouts, classic space layout with working lights, funky art sculptures and mosaics, classic city, castle, pirate and viking creations, elaborate war dioramas, various scaled pieces of architecture, working robots and more!!! You will not believe your eyes when you see what our exhibitors can make from LEGO. There is even a brick building area for the kids and you never know when a special character might show up, from Darth Vader to Billy Blue Brick. Tickets sold online here http://www.brickfete.com/event/Tickets Parking & Venue info here http://www.brickfete.com/event/Venue See you on the second weekend of July, The Brickfête Team “A festival run by fans, made by the fans, for the fans.”