Eurobricks Town Builder, benny has brought us a very different and interesting perspective on abattoir. Before you view any further, you might find some of the processes inside to be a little gross.
This Slaughterhouse is fully equipped with functional assembly line right from the holding area to the assembly area and down to the packaging area. If you are interested to find out about these processes, then you definitely should not miss any of his pictures describing the interior processes in the above link.
I wonder what kind of production does this factory specialises in this massive red Industrial Factory, done by Brickshelf member, Jonderqind.
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.
For the classic-castle.com Time Twisters Contest, Dutch AFOL Erik ‘eti’ Smit builds a medieval version of a true town classic, 1620 Chocomel Factory. Because chocolate milk wasn’t produced yet in the Middle Ages, eti turned it, more appropriately, into a brewery, on which he makes very good use of Minitalia windows. All the other essential elements in the classic town original have been ‘castlified’ as well: the street light has been replaced by a boy holding a torch, the little truck is now an ox cart, and a knight instead of a business man is roaming the streets.
A 'castlified' version of 1620 Chocomel Factory
MdrnMrvls is working on a yet undisclosed modular factory building. However, he already presents one of the little gems that is going to be inside: a parts trolley. I guess we’ll just have to wait for the factory building to be done to find out what they need all those minifig hands for. Oh, and then there’s still the issue of passing the safety inspection.
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10200 Custom Car Garage