It’s almost a day left till the end of this Classic Town contest. Polling stations are in the midst of setting up inside Classic Town to prepare our voters to cast their votes over the week. As the staff is busy finalising the entries, Eurobricks member, Tom Bricks has made a dynamic entry with his wonderful illustration of his very own Classic Town entry.
May I present the latest entry, Tom Brick’s Classic Main Street. By far, this is the only entry that had ever made use of Monorail Transportation. Apart from the unique classic looking Monorail design, you could also spot a distant yellow top taxi and a red truck moving along the bustling streets, with Traffic Police in control. There is also a bank and inn as well. Can you handle the fun and excitement in this bustling street?
Classic Main Street
With the remaining 2 days, Eurobricks MOC Expert and Castle Builder, Teddy has decided to participate in this Classic Town contest. With the ongoing festivity happening over in Classic Town, everyone is all dressed up and watching the exciting parade outside. After much anticipation, the long awaited Prince Carnival has finally arrived. There is never enough of excitement happening in Classic Town.
Arrival of Prince Carnival
The mysterious prize pool for the “Re-discover the bustling streets of Classic Town Contest” has finally unveils itself. The clock is ticking, and countdown has begun from the remaining 7 days. What are you waiting for? Come on everyone, show us your Classic Town entries. Click here to view the rest of the participants’ entries.
Classic Town Contest prize pool
It’s been a quiet week these days until Eurobricks Avid Town lover, Klaus-Dieter came into the picture with its very own bustling City Square. Walking down the stretch of City Square pavement, the smell of its delicious food coming from the restaurant and bakery shop is tempting enough to attract passersby. At the end of the road, there is a Classy European style hotel for tourists to stay in. No wonder, there are so many street vendors standing right outside of the hotel entrance. Now, hop on over to find out more details on this Classic Town contest.
Come on fellows. Take a moment to view these wonderful Classic Town Contest entries that was submitted over the past fortnight. Do you want to participate in this Classic Town Contest? Then, stop hesitating, hop on and start building your entries within the next 2 weeks before the deadline is up. It’s never too late to “Start Classic” and “Stay Classic”.
Classic Town Contest
With the successful launch of the Classic Town, 1620-1 Chocolate Factory that was owned by Chocomel, LEGO Designers decided to tie up with Roald Dahl’s ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ together to re-create and expand the Classic 1978 version and designed this very limited exclusive special edition of the new 1620-1 Charlie and the Chocomel Factory that will be showcasing in the Classic Town contest happening over in Eurobricks. Rekindle the magic of this incredible submitted entry, done by Eurobricks Fellow, svelte_corps.
1620-1 Charlie and the Chocomel Factory
With the current ongoing Classic Town contest happening over in Eurobricks, TLG has decided to release a design similar to Classic Town concept, with various new design elements in it. With the use of primary classic colors scheme, City civilians putting a smile on their face, focusing on daily life and activities in a typical street corner, filled with retail shops such as Pizzeria Franchise and Bicycle Repair shop, with a 6-stud wide yellow bus touring the street.
Our Eurobricks Awesome Reviewer Academy Teacher, svelte_corps has done an outstanding review of this amazing 7641 City Corner. Check out this very in-depth with many close-up images of this beauty which is a superb rendition of Classic Town’s settings in the buzzing City Street.
7641 City Corner
Eurobricks member Eti creates a fabulous Classic Town School as part of the EB Classic Town Contest (EBCTC). This little school house rocks! Designed with Classic Town white on white windows and older 2×2 windows covered with arch, a small clock tells children that it’s time for some Classic Town schooling. A large cypress tree stands proudly on the corner as a yellow school bus drops off some children in front of the playground. Inside, there’s even a small cafeteria for some yummy school lunches. Great job Eti! and a wonderful entry for the Classic Town Contest.
“1979 Classic Yellow Top taxi station” has been spotted operating in Classic Town. Citizens living in both LEGO Land and Classic Town shall look forward to this new premium mode of public transport with a personal driver, touring around the town.
Inspired by his “1979″entry for Classic Town contest, TheBrickster has designed this Classic Taxi Station to allow its drivers to service their signature taxi in this garage, accompanied by a lovely lady working in the office. Be reminisced by these fascinating classic elements.
Within 36 hours after TheBrickster has submitted his entry, our Eurobricks, “MCW Moderator”, LuxorV has completed his entry as well, in this endearing Classic Town Contest, presenting to us a nice sweet classic, 2-storey Travel Lodge Hotel, for tourists and residents to drop a visit. Watch out for those classic elements such as the small window panel.
In front of the Hotel