Dfenz builds an amazing Train Station and shares it with us on Eurobricks:
Dfenz builds the Heuston Train Station
Some large MOCs hold back on the detail, but not this one. This is a huge SHIP (Seriously Huge Investment in Parts) and must be quite the labor of love for Dfenz. It was displayed at Dun Laoghaire (Dublin) model railway exhibition and you can see more pictures and join the discussion in this topic on Eurobricks.
With all the trains I’ve been blogging recently, I sense the need for more train buildings to accommodate those. Fortunately, there’s been a remarkable amount of beautiful train stations being built lately. After this one, here’s another retro-styled station that just screams Classic Town.
Rhombs and diamonds all the way...
City & Castle expert MrTS‘ work evokes memories of quiet mountain towns that seem to be full of travellers every weekend and then return to normality once Monday comes. And there’s certainly a lot going on in this MOC as well – both in terms of activity and architectural design.
The hustle and bustle of Bojan Pasvic‘s train station, on the other hand, actually seems to be the usual way of things around there.
Euro-styled central station
Which, of course, is no wonder, seeing as he’s partially based his modern station on the designs of Paris and Berlin’s busy central train stations, among others. And it’s not only the design – the multi-layered structure is also kept in this MOC, with Bojan’s station comprising of no less than 3 separate levels.
All this variety begs the question – quiet rural or busy urban, which one fits your style?
As a throwback to times gone by (or are they?), Eurobricks Train Techie Ema (Lego Train 12 Volts) presents us with a gorgeous Euro-styled train station.
Wait, why are those rails... PF!?
Stone and wood make a perfect match for this station’s exterior. As to the interior – well, suffice it to say Ema has gone all out (er… in?) – check out the full set on Brickshelf or the MOC’s presentation at Eurobricks.
Continuing Lego train builder Carl’s outstanding collection of trains and trackside buildings, he certainly outdid himself with Corfe Castle Station. The combination of colors and fantastic details makes this station stand out among many other creations. The more I look at it, the more great details I find. Although this may be an older creation, it is truly a wonderful MOC deserving of “blog coverage”.