Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Big Thunder Mountain

This is a very spectacular Lego build of the Disney roller coaster ride Big Thunder Mountain.

Brickshelf user Flash has done a great job of placing the scene in the cowboy era.

Also worth a mention is the dinosaur skeleton, this an actual track side element in the Disney ride.

Check out more on Brickshelf!

Monday, 29 August 2011

Ghost Town

The eerie look of this town can only mean one thing, it's haunted!

This little Ghost Town, built by Brickshelf user Dark-Alamaz, was built for the Eurobricks Spaghetti Western competition.

The town has all the things to scare even the bravest of cowboy's. You never know whats hiding in the dark of the old worn down buildings.

The church on the hill and one of the houses are still in use and have residents. The railway and the station are overgrown and have not been used for a while.

Check out Dark-Alamaz's Brickshelf folder for more!

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Sunday, 28 August 2011

Schienenbus

The Schienenbus was Germany's answer to cheaper and more affordable railway transportation.

Now Brickshelf user Bambi has brought it to the Lego railway's.

His Lego rebuild of the Schienenbus is PF powered, has working lights and can still carry a few Minifigs.

Check out the Brickshelf page for more pictures!

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Another Talespin MOC!

Again we find that Talespin is an inspiration to build Lego Moc's.

Despite using very few pieces Brickshelf user Tbone-tbl has still captured the most eye catching features of the Duck and he has put his SNOT skills to great use.

Check out Tbone-tbl's Brickshelf folder for more.

Loading and unloading

Brickshelf user Ugthepug did a really good job of this truck. He has built the cab so it can tilt forward and expose the engine.

Also the truck has a loading mechanism to load and unload the container off or on the trailer.

Check out more on Brickshelf.


Monday, 22 August 2011

Yohoho and a bottle of rum!

Today I found this awesome pirate tavern on Brickshelf.

Builder Weil has done a great job of the exterior as well as the interior. Inside you will find a jolly group of pirates enjoying their drinks and card games.

You can only imagine why the Imperial soldiers are showing up. I doubt their in for a party.

Check out Brickshelf for more!

Sunday, 21 August 2011

A true Minifig Adventure!

Birckshelf user Bobofrut has built this awesome Landrover type off-road vehicle with what looks like a working suspension.

A little trailer is attached to the back, it holds all the minifig's traveling equipment.

The canvas/paper roof is a nice finish to the vehicle as is the spare wheel on the front.

The two small patches of off-road terrain are nicely built.

Check out more pics on Brickshelf.

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Nikaia Antipolis

This beautiful Lego creation of a Greek Acropolis has been built by Brickshelf and Mocpages user Dan.

Here he has built an Acropolis that features a temple, with interior, a theater, with a show going on, a grand entrance and two statues of Greek gods.

This is massive and beautiful build.

Check it out on Mocpages and Brickshelf.

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

I have a bad feeling about this...

ACPin has built a beautiful Lego recreation of this Star Wars scene from A New Hope.

The escape pod landing of R2D2 and C3PO in the Tatooine dessert and their quest to find Obi One Kenobi.

The details on the escape pod are very creative. ACpin used minifig tools to give the pod a real machine look.

The dunes are nicely built and look very natural, specifically around the pod.

Check out more on Mocpages or ACPin's website.

Sunday, 14 August 2011

The Brick Of Zorro

Few hero's are as iconic as Zorro. Central America's very own Robin Hood has made it to the Lego world.

Brickshelf user "Flash" has built a MOC from one of the many dueling scenes seen in the Zorro films and tv series.

The building beneath the dueling scene is very nice. A walkway with a wooden roof and a fair maiden. And the street level features a nice scene of trading and one sleeping minifig.

Check out more on Brickshelf.

Friday, 12 August 2011

The Old West

This Western Lego build is more than a year old but still worth a mention.

It is a beautiful western diorama built by Brickshelf user and LUGPol member Kris.

The diorama consists of three separate MOC's

On the left there is the Saloon. Here any tired old cowboy can sit down and enjoy a drink.

In the back on the right there is the Hotel. In the Hotel travelers form anywhere can rest.

And finally in the front there is the Train Station and the water tower.
Check out the Brickshelf folder for more pictures.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Festival in the far east

Strait from Brickshelf comes to us the Sino Festival by Obscurence.

A beautiful Asian style Lego build. The roofs are very detailed and the dragon carried by the minifigs is beautiful.

Check it out on Brickshelf.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

To the movies yet again!

Britain's most haunted building built in Lego's by brickshelf user MaTn. The tree next to the house and the black fence are very detailed and nicely built.

The minifigs are convinced, the house is haunted....

Get scared on Brickshelf.

Monday, 8 August 2011

When the west was wild....

And the train station's where beautiful. The white wall's give the station a classy feel and the SNOT roof is always a nice western touch.

Check out Rupi's Brickshelf for more!

Saturday, 6 August 2011

The UK icon!

The UK icon! However this particular bus is a Lego rebuild of a Regent 3 bus from Lisbon.

Found in the Brickshelf folder of Jay Fields, this Lego bus has all of it's real counterpart's iconic features. Such as the rear entry and the empty space above the right wheel.

Check out more in Jay Fields Brickshelf folder.

Friday, 5 August 2011

Vintage is the word

Today I found a very simple yet very beautiful vintage truck, built by LUGPol member Kris Kelvin, on Brickshelf.

All the brown panels on the rear can be folded down for easier loading and unloading.

This must be the most stylish way to transport vegetables from the farm into town!

Check out the Brickshelf folder for more.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Green is the new yellow!

Green is the new yellow in this Train Moc built by Helos.

Helos has built a SNCF Class BB 60000 in Lego and has done a very good job at it. The green really makes it stand out from any other trains and it gives the whole thing an environmentally friendly look.

Check out his Brickshelf folder for more views and some very nicely built waggons.

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

LUGPol on the tracks

Lugpol member "rafalholub" has built a beautifull red and yellow train on  tracks. The train is based on a real train, check LUGPol for pics of the real train.

The Brickshelf and Flickr pages.

Monday, 1 August 2011

Castel del Monte

On Brickshelf I found the first UNESCO World Heritage Site to feature on Netherbrick.

The beautiful Castel del Monte. The purpose of the castle is still a mystery. Supposedly  it was built to be a hunting lodge.

Brickshelf user Diabel has created this beautiful Lego rebuild.

Check out his Brickshelf folder for more!