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Georgetown's layout

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Georgetown's layout

Post by marvinblue on Fri 17 Jul 2009, 4:42 am

Hi guys, thought I'd share my layout as it stands so far. Georgetown is slowly evolving, but this is where it's at for the moment. Comments welcome!

Enjoy! :legoeyeshutlaughing:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=392365

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Post by Darth Legois on Fri 17 Jul 2009, 5:55 am

*Moved to LEGO City*

Looks good mate! I could probable do something like that but I have only 4 road baseplates. legoneutral: Need to buy some more...

I like how you did the gas station, When I was thinking of buying the gas station i imagined doing a similar setup. legohappy:

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Post by Keetong on Fri 17 Jul 2009, 9:43 am

Your town layout is looking great, as you've already said its evolving (thats what most civilisations do) The special sets are looking good with it, though I'm a bit disapointed with the back of the green grocer.

I've always wished I would have the time to build a town, but lack of bricks and time have stopped me, don't let it stop you.

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Post by peterab on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 6:51 am

Nice town. I like the extended Fire Station especially.

Like DL I have very few road plates (I think only one from the early 80's shell petrol station legosmile2 I should pull my finger out and buy some and set up a town. After I finish my turntable Moc.

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Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:22 am

Woah thats massive
Just wondering how many of those buildings are MOCs or are they mainly sets??
nice vehicals are they some of the new ones to come out

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Post by Bodville on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:52 am

Lots of new sets. Credit to TLC have been still been producing some rippers over the last few years.
Your town loots great it just needs a train. I'm biased as it was Trains that got me out of the darkage.

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Post by marvinblue on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 9:48 am

Tychop wrote:Woah thats massive
Just wondering how many of those buildings are MOCs or are they mainly sets??
nice vehicals are they some of the new ones to come out
Most of these have been built Out Of Box (OOB), except for the Fire Station and vehicles and the Police Station. With my Fire Brigade, I basically combined two Stations together to have what is shown here. In fact, it's evolving again! I'm putting the extra baseplate behind the office area to create a crew room, extending the smaller bays to match the length of the other bays and the big vehicles have been MOC'd. The Police Station was raised up by one brick so the Paddy Wagon could get in with the roof mounted spotlight. In addition, I added in another cell area underneath as the overflow area. When there are no prisoners in there, it doubles as the kennels for my Police Dogs. At the moment, I have mismatched bricks in the Police Station to do the job. When I get the right bricks from Bricklink for both buildings, I'll post pics.

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