The Fantasy Farm comes with its own windmill, cow shed, greenhouse and pig sty. Lots of details from all angles in this City layout.
Eurobricks member Selander has posted this great 6-wide Mercedes cow transporter. I always love the little details and this one has some really nice subtle ones expertly inserted. Take a look at more images and discuss it over on Eurobricks
Have you ever wondered how our milk is processed and packed? Look no more, our Eurobricks member, benny has found the right factory to handle such processes.
This Milk Factory which is constructed in European style holds a huge working area, where the workers are busy preparing the transfer and packing process. At the same time, these workers are checking the milk content to ensure quality is not compromised before it’s sent for delivery.
Eurobricks member MdrnMrvls has built this great little mower with a trailer.
With functionality, a nice colour scheme and attractive lines, I can’t wait to see the larger MOC this is a part of. Check out more pictures and discussion over at Eurobricks.
What do you think of the current Farm theme? For myself, I am very much excited with the introduction of this fabulous City sub theme, which leads to new animals such as “Cow” and “Pig” in there. And, that’s made me wonder what will happen to this lovely sub theme. Our Eurobricks Town Moderator, TheBrickster will like to invite you and share your views on The Future of Farm.
“Oink Oink”, where did that sound come from? Driving a little further down to the countryside, you will find Eurobricks member, Zorbas bringing us his own unique entertaining 7684 Pig Farm and Tractor with a delicious pork chop style for our audience tonight. I am very sure, after you have seen his review, you are likely to search high and low for this set to integrate into your current LEGO Farm.
Eurobricks user Brick Town Talk shares the first pictures of 2010 Lego set 7684 Pig Farm and Tractor with the AFOL community. This set, long-awaited for the new Lego pigs, also includes a new minifig torso with an overalls pattern printed on both sides. But the design of the included farm tractor is also totally different from the tractors included in the 2009 farm sets. Be sure to check out all the pictures and leave your opinion on the set in the Eurobricks Town forum.
Eurobricks Reviewers Academy student, Rapseflaps whom is an avid Classic Town fan has recently completed his latest installment. The 6355 Derby Trotter first appeared in 1989 with a classic red looking stable, jockey and a horse. I must admit that this set filled with plentiful of useful parts including baseplates and that nice looking swinging blue door.
Now, Farm has re-emerged in 2009 as City Farm theme which bears similar resemblance that we could integrate both sets together. Do check out the cool alternate designs that were provided at the back of the box for some great inspirations.
Wonderfully detailed landscaping, outstanding choice of colors, and unique design are just a few words to describe this fantastic Farm Scene by Patrick Bosman. Shared in the Brickshelf folder of “oppienokki”, this superb creation captures the essence of farm life while incorporating an array of details. One can look with admiration upon one component within the scene, then discover yet another lively detail. The creation is based on a farm from Bilderdam.
It’s great to see builders using vintage wheels to build different creations, especially this Tractor by Oppienokki. Unlike many of the new Farm tractors, this little creation is a good size and has a more rustic or traditional look as opposed to a large bright red or blue tractor. Can’t you just see it chasing a few black and white cows?