As we continue the journey in the Brick Adventure 2011 LEGO Event, we have found another contributor and a member of Eurobricks to share with us his mega Japan Railway Kyoto Station. You ought to take a moment to view all of the beautiful details with close proximity. Thanks PrinceWilliam for showcasing the oriental approach of rail transportation.
Onboard the Kyoto Express
In case you did not notice, his MOC comes in day and night version!
Eurobricks member, Esben Kolind’s latest creation has made my jaws dropped wide open. This is not a joke and you have to see it to believe the complexity combined with the Power Function for this amazing one of a kind Commuter Train with automatic sliding doors. It even comes with a working front, interior lights and a moving platform. He is a genius to come up with such incredible advanced techniques and it have certainly made Train Lovers going nuts about it.
Commuter Train with automatic sliding doors
Be sure to check out the video below in which Esben Kolind demonstrates all the functionality he built into his commuter train. You will not feel regret after watching this short clip.
Winter is officially upon us here in Wisconsin and Stacy Sterling is celebrating the arrival of the cold, snow, and ice with this beautiful LEGO Ice Palace. She says that this MOC was inspired by her childhood memories of visiting the Winter Carnival Ice Palace in St. Paul, MN. She was especially fond of seeing the Ice Palace lit up at night with all of the beautiful lights. She has managed to recreate that memory here, even going so far as to use LEGO 9V lighting from the LEGO ‘Light & Sound’ series that was out in the late-80′s to early-90′s.
Normally, I couldn’t want to feature a review that has been done twice, but in this case, Eurobricks Licensed Regulator aka Master Reviewer, Svelte has presented his very own 10199 Winter Toy Shop review with his incredible in-depth writing and beautiful pictures reminding ourselves that Christmas is just around the corner.
Find out yourself and decide whether if this set is destined to be treasure trove for parts or a legendary Christmas Classic in years to come.
Thanks to Eurobricks Knight and Reviewers Academy teacher, Cardinal Brick for sharing with us an exclusive anticipating Christmas set review this year. The 10199 Winter Toy Shop is indeed first of its kind which has great exciting town minifigs to complement the Christmas spirit, filled with lots of beautiful Christmas gifts such as teddy bear, toy train and jack-in-a-box. Even the shop layout is impressive. With such a set to buy with, this is one great Christmas to start with.
Eurobricks Trains and Town fan Section8 never has to worry about his tabletown being in the dark, because he owns Basic set 846 Lighting Bricks. This 37-piece 1992 set offers an abundance of light-up signs and bulbs that can add interest to any dark or shady town. Make sure you check out his well-lit review of this fantastic little utility set only at Eurobricks.
As our final “Coundown to Christmas” creation, the December 24 MOC is a Christmas Layout built by Eurobricks Belgium member Patje, in 2006. While he is building a new scene for 2008, there’s something really spectacular about this lighted creation that includes a number of truly outstanding elements. You can discuss this and Patje’s 2008 work-in-process in the Eurobricks Trains & Town Forum. I hope you’ve enjoyed the Countdown to Christmas and all of these fabulous holiday creations. Merry Christmas from Classic-Town.net!