Eurobricks’ Trains and Town fans discuss an interesting topic, “Is FARM really a City sub-theme?“ With a barn, cows, fences, and other western elements, can Lego’s new sub-theme be considered more of a Western theme? Check out what Eurobricks members are saying about this topic.
There’s trouble brewing at Lego Acres Farm! Lego fan Wes Pitter shares a wonderfully creative MOC as two teenagers get more than they bargained for after having some fun at a local farm.
Sir Nadrojs’ creations are always spectacular, especially one of his most recent creations entitled, “Deep South“. Not many builders are able to add such a high degree of detail in their creations. With tin roof, sun flowers, and magnificent landscaping, SirNadroj is able to capture more than just a building, but a complete scene in which even time is captured in a Lego moment.
Taking a brief break from my jungle expedition, Eurobricks member Liquidcross has shared a review of the new 7634 Tractor. Check out his review in the EB Trains & Town Forum.
I was recently browsing through Brickshelf looking at farm creations and stumbled upon one of the nicest farm MOCs that I’v ever seen. Unfortunately, I don’t believe this is a newer creation, but one that’s equally impressive that I wanted to take a moment to highlight. With a charming light green farm house and classic red barn, Misterzumbi’s creates a wonderful country scene in his creation “Old McZumbi Had a Farm“. Misterzumbi has also created a number of wonderful farm vehicles that you can check out in his Brickshelf folder.
There’s a new farm section and new construction sets, slated for 2009, available now on the LEGO Shop at Home website!
Among the new available sets is the excellent 4WD with Horse Trailer:
and a great new Dump Truck:
Check them out today and don’t forget LEGO is running an online shipping special of free shipping on purchases over $99!
Visit the LEGO Shop at Home City section today!
Lego town builder Pjotr creates this quaint little Czech village in a fashion reminicient of very early Classic Town. With red roofs, tractors, and a small church, his town certainly brings back the simplicity of a slower-paced time.