Expand the Winter Village II
Classic-Town.net and Eurobricks invite you to create your own addition to the popular winter village subtheme that TLG has presented during the holiday season for the past three years.
As we enter the holiday season yet again, thoughts turn to fun and winter activities and where better to enjoy those than in your own Winter Village? So far, TLG has provided us with three places to visit, a lovely Winter Toy Shop, an equally inviting Winter Bakery and this year’s new Post Office, but wouldn’t it be nice to have an even larger Winter Village full of festive fun?
Well, now you can, by expanding the theme with your own Winter inspired creation!
Check out this topic for the rules and discussion!
Patrick Bosman recreates a typical small town Dutch shopping street. It is based on the Hooftstraat in the Dutch town of Alphen aan den Rijn. And although the resemblance is striking, I must say I strongly prefer the LEGO version to the original. My favorite building is the bakery and that’s not just because of those delicious bakery products that seem to be sold there.
A typical Dutch town street
Eurobricks member, Klaus Dieter has completed his very own winter retail outlet which is similar to the 10199 Winter Toy Store but it’s not completely identical since this outlet does not sell toys to the children. Instead, this lovely retail outlet sells bakery products and is now known as Winter Bakery.
There is also a stand selling Christmas tree right at the side of the bakery. If you ever need to buy cakes, croissants and Christmas trees, you know where the place to shop.