It is finally over for this year “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest”. Congratulations to Hinckley for reaching first place with his superb classical Washington Street entry. Head over to Eurobricks to drop your congratulations to him. Lastly, I will like to extend my thanks to TheBrickster and LuxorV for taking their time to build up their entry for this contest. Until next time, EBCTC will return again.
The last exciting installment for the “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest” has finally begun. Eurobricks Community, will now have a chance to vote for their favorite Classic Eurobricks Staff entry in the EBCTC Eurobricks Staff Voting Booth.
There are a total of 3 incredible looking Classic Town scenes’ entries, and only 1 of them will emerge as EBCTC winner for the Eurobricks Staff Category.
Under tight security, the EBCTC voting committee has completed finalising the voting results for the “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest”.
Congratulations to the winners and participants whom have taken their time and effort to build us their wonderful lovely illustration of Classic Town street scene for 2009. Come on to Eurobricks, LEGO Trains & Town forum to drop your congratulations in EBCTC Members’ Voting results.
For the next remaining 72 hours or so, EBCTC voting committee will be escorted by police authorities to a secure undisclosed location to verify each and every one of the votes, ensuring that every vote count is genuine. For those whom have not seen the actions of “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest”, it’s not too late to take part in the EBCTC Voting Booth and vote for your favorite Eurobricks members’ 2009 Classic Town scenes entries.
Finally, the anticipated moment which all of you have been waiting for. “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest” has opened its EBCTC Voting Booth and specially invite Eurobricks Community together to vote for your favorite Eurobricks members’ Classic Town scenes entries in this very challenging contest.
There are a total of 9 excellent Classic Town scenes’ entries, and only 3 participants will emerge as EBCTC Top 3 Winners. Check out the voting rules first, before you decide the votes. Every EBCTC Votes matter, as you will decide who the ultimate winner is!
Just moments away to the end of this Classic Town contest. Eurobricks member, Galaxy Explorer has made it just in time to get his marvelous detailed entry right in the midst of this intense competition.
Take another look of Classic Town Main Street like never before. Now, we have a brand new classical perspective of this bustling Downtown scene. There is lots of commotion and reporters’ presence over at Classic TV News Tower. It has been a long while since we last saw a TV News Tower in Classic Town design, while the distinct yellow apartment with a market store below has added much activity along this stretch of road as well. Classic vehicles such as the blue and white top bus and the TV Camera truck can be spotted in this scene too.
As the Classic Town contest is drawing near to an end, Eurobricks Root Admin & Classic-Town.net Chief, Hinckley, has finally submitted his very own Classic Town scene for the Staff Category in the nick of time.
There was this famous street in United States back in the 1980s. I am sure those staying around this area, definitely have heard of the famous Washington Street. Along this street, you are able to discover both LEGOLAND Bank and Pub, where there are some fun bustling activities down there.
It’s a beautiful Friday afternoon, and here we are, “LIVE” in Classic Town, where there is always something exciting happening at the other side of town. Eurobricks member, TheOtters, also known as Asya & Bobby Otters has done a very surprising entry in this Classic Town contest.
Beautiful countryside scene surrounded in this green rural setting at this Racing Stadium. With the enthusiastic audience waiting anxiously for the countdown, the horses and the jockeys are getting ready, and there you go, this is A Day at the Races. This stadium is pretty large, which feature a VIP Lounge, Commentator’s booth, Spectators’ stand and etc. So stick around, the best part of this race has not started.
With the Classic Town contest deadline extended for a week longer, we are beginning to see another new wave of wonderful entries. Eurobricks member, koffiemoc has done a terrific entry of his very own Classic Town scene.
With the monorail craze starting over at Classic Main Street, koffiemoc’s Little-Station Square has a very own Classic Train Station situated in the center of City Square ferrying commuters with this awesome “Morning Train” daily. That’s not all what you can find in this scene. There are so much activities going on in different part of this town. Watch out for the historic statue of “Who Knows the Almighty?”
Believe it or not, the mysterious medieval power of Dragon Masters residing deep inside the Castle Museum has spoken. Majisto, the Wizard has actually appears very real in Classic Town, and telling all citizens that the “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest” has been extended to 20th May 2009 at 1200hrs (GMT+8). Never doubt the powers of Majisto’s magic. Meanwhile, check out the rest of the participants’ entries.