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Winter Station

Winter Station

A winter station scene MOC with the Emerald Night set. More photos on this Eurobricks thread.

Winter Village

Winter Village

A Christmas scene in the village square, a collaborative family effort. Modified town hall from the Town Plan set, my Norman church MOC modified, Mum and brother's choir and Weaver's Cottage from a mediaeval village, the Winter Toy Shop set. Just visible on right, some other shops by my brother and Mum and only a hint of it in the background - my Winter Station MOC.

Post Office

Post Office

Post Office built by James Shields for an An Post event.

Amsterdam tram

Amsterdam tram

This is how I remember trams in Amsterdam from when I was young. Not the blue and white shoe boxes on wheels they have now but these yellow trams with character.

Irish Rail locomotive

Irish Rail locomotive

Angel of the North

Angel of the North

Model of the Angel of the North built for a schools project in the UK.

More photos on Flickr

Ernie and Bert

Ernie and Bert

Ernie and his two best friends. Inspired by Sesame Street, the greatest teacher from my early youth.

Finished version of my model for Louise's animation display at STEAM 2009.

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Brenda's Pets

Brenda's Pets

A Lego model of the pet shop my sister runs.

The real Brenda's Pets.

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LL-451 Manta

LL-451 Manta

I'd had the basic shape of the LL-451 in my head for a while, but it wasn't till I happened to get hold of a big batch of old grey bricks that I was able to realise it. It relies on stressing elements, using short bricks in the two "wings" with crossbeams at different points to pull them both into curves. I built a back wall out of plates, though there are gaps. For the "command deck" I wanted as smooth a shape as I could manage, so used lots of different curved slopes. The windscreen is an X-Pod, tilted back at an angle.

It was built for the Neo Classic Space 30th anniversary celebration.

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