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Town Layout Index Add Your Own Town Layout Introduction Welcome to the Town Layout Index, an index of Eurobricks members's town layouts. If you have a topic about your layout in the Town forum, you can add an entry to this index and we'll add it to the list of town layouts below. Please follow these guidelines when adding your town layout: One entry per member. Your post can include more than one town layout though. You are responsible for maintaining and updating your own entry. One picture per town layout with a maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. You are encouraged to keep track of progress by including links to older versions of your town layout. This thread is to be used for indexing only. Any other posts will be moved or deleted. Follow the index template below when adding your layout (simply quote the post and remove the quote tags or copy the BBcode) Town Layouts antp castor-troy Cran Cunctator dignow gabrielarava LEGO Family marvinblue melbs nightfall PastVPresent Romanos SalvoBrick SwissBrick timmyc1983 tmctiger Werlu Ulcur Xyver ... The previous version of the Town Layout Index (no longer maintained) can be found here.
Thought this might be of interest to anyone creating their own City layout or anyone who wants roads to go alongside their modular buildings or city vehicles. I decided to have a go at creating my own road plates as a substitute to the standard ones that Lego produce. You can find PDF patterns available online for printing roads but instead of using those I designed these myself as I wanted them to look pretty close to the real thing. I then used a high quality digital laser printer and printed them on to 400gsm card which is the same stuff often used by commercial printers for printing business cards. Each one is cut to the same size as a standard 32x32 base plate and I rounded the corners which helps to prevent them from getting bent or damaged. The finished roads are quite thick and sturdy but they are thin enough that the edges can be tucked under the base plates on Modulars and other buildings which helps to hold them in place. They can also be overlapped which is useful for fitting around awkward sized buildings that don't fit the standard 32x32 size. I produced quite a few of these and just like the official Lego road plates, they can be arranged in many ways to create different road layouts. They don't have quite the same appeal as the real thing but I'm pretty pleased with the end result. Considering the cost to make these was a tiny fraction of what Lego charge for real road plates, I think this is a good cheap alternative that works well for anyone who hasn't got the space for a large permanent layout. Below are some pictures of my printed roads being used on a small tabletop City layout. Let me know what you think. **EDIT** Please scroll to the bottom of page 1 to see my second attempts at creating a more realistic road design.
Hi, This project began when my girlfriend and I starting building Lego together and we recently decided to build a semi large city layout. We have several City sets which aren't shown in the picture below as we are just getting started on this layout. We have 3 Ikea "Linnmon" table tops with "Olov" adjustable legs. Each table can support a 32x32 base plate span of 3 by 6 making the total layout area 6 plates wide by 9 plates long. We plan to keep a walking path on 3 sides of the display area to access all parts of the layout as we won't have gaps in the middle. This also allows for more viewing angles of the city. Comments/suggestions welcomed.