Beautiful lighthouse with an actual rotating light? Check. Stunning scenery and shoreline? Check. What’s not to love? Redhead1982′s lighthouse island is nothing short of awesome.
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A LEGO tribute to a tragic storm, Blake Baer’s MOC captures the damage and power of an amazing storm:
Blake Baer's Hurricane Irene MOC
Blake has captured a lot of movement in the the trees and the waves. This is an excellent snapshot of a dynamic scene. Check out more pictures and join in the discussion on Eurobricks.
Eurobricks Reviewers Academy Teacher and Special Themes Regulator Rufus is among the first to review 4645 Harbour, the biggest mid-2011 City set. Read Rufus’ in-depth review to find out all of this set’s play features and see how it compares to it’s predecessors, 7994 and 6542.
4645 Harbour, reviewed by Rufus
While relatively new to LEGO set reviewing, Pandora impresses with her review of 4644 Marina. From LEGO’s set pictures it appears that this is no match to 6543 Sail N’ Fly Marina, but read the full review to find out how this set really stacks up.
Pandora reviews 4644 Marina
But that’s not all. Even though the theme still has to hit the shelves in large parts of the world, the Eurobricks Town forum already has reviews on all Harbour theme sets. So while you’re at it, also check out TheBrickster’s review of 4642 Fishing Boat, buddy’s review of 4641 Speed Boat, and mifody’s pictorial review of 4643 Power Boat Transporter.
Or MOC of a dock. Although it’s actually a wharf, to be precise. In any case, it’s big – regardless of my failed puns, and no matter where you look at it from. And it’s also gorgeously detailed – just have a look at the interior, or even the back yard.
Coast of Elsinore, 15:30, Tuesday, 11th of July, 1995.
Danish-born Spaniard Henrik Hoexbroe has built a big something for HispaLUG’s latest event – and I bet it must have been quite the eye catcher. Coming from someone who specializes in minifig-scale ships, that shouldn’t really be a surprise – but let’s be honest, who wouldn’t be awestruck by this great naval diorama?
A big thanks to Eurobricks Town fan, kris kelvin for sharing new images on the upcoming 2011 LEGO Harbour sets. Even though, we can only view these official set images of the new 4643 Power Boat Transporter and 4644 Marina in this incredible sub theme, I am really very pleased to see the new marina activities to be introduced for our LEGO City minifigures since 1994.
4643 Power Boat Transporter
So, after viewing these images, are you feeling excited as I do?
In the year of 1991, Maritime is one of the biggest transportation development inside Classic Town, and there is a big transformation and emphasis to construct a full-service commercial port to serve the rising demand of exports and imports of a country via the mode of sea transportation.
The first one of the kind, full-service Port, is known as the 6542 Launch and Load Seaport represents a busy buzzing icon for many of us residing at the bay. We will have to thanks to Eurobricks Reviewer Academy student, paanjang16 for completing and sharing with us, a detailed review of the port facility.
6542 Launch and Load Seaport
Many might not be aware, that this Classic Town set, can be considered for classification as part of the Classic Town, LEGEND, equivalent to the air transportation counterpart, 6597 Century Skyway airport in 1994. This renowned sea port was the first Classic Town set to break the 1000 bricks piece count.
If you have never own this set like myself, I am very certain, after viewing this review, you will probably be searching inside BrickLink or eBay.
Big Daddy Nelson, admin of ForbiddenCove.com, and his wife have built a stunning Town MOC for a show at the Honolulu Academy of Arts:
Father's Day Parade with Big Daddy
A wife who builds with you and time in Hawaii? Does life get any better?
Check out Big Daddy’s Flickr photostream here.
Eurobricks member, and recent graduate from the Reviewers Academy, 74louloute has done an interesting Classic Town review which is part of the 1991 series.
Don’t be decieved by the looks of this sleek looking speed boat and the occupants. Both of them may look like your regular town citizens, but they are highly wanted by the Classic Town Police Coast Guard. For a matter of fact, they are weapon dealers, smuggling assault rifles to our peace loving Classic Town. Check out how they smuggle these rifles in this 6679 Dark Shark.
6679 Dark Shark
As part of the Northern Illinois Lego Train Club (NILTC) Arlington Heights Lego Show held September 13-14, Lego train & town fan Red-Rocker shares many images of the great display within his Brickshelf folder. This seaside town is one of many terrific scenes.
Brickshelf member Basic creates a wonderful sea-side town incorporating some of Lego’s official modular sets. The addition of a sloped street with cable car and striped lighthouse truly makes his town unique.