Check out the wonderful architecture in this Western street scene by Mister oo7! Very cool.
Kaitimar has been building some rather interesting Steampunk creations lately. They definitely have a unique look. But don’t take my word, see for yourself…
Almost exactly two hundred years ago, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark ended their expedition across North America at Cape Disappointment (named 17 years earlier by English Captain John Meares), at the southern end of what is now the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington.
This past weekend, Lewis and Clark revisited — and rediscovered — Long Beach:
Click the image above to explore Long Beach with Lewis and Clark.
Keika03 recently posted this very cool little hut. Check it out, it has lots of cool details…
Pepik has built a really cool tank, namely the Mark I from the first World War.
Peter Morris has built a rather incredible new ship. Check out “Ariana’s Revenge”.
Well, folks, Nannan has done it again. This time its full of microscale goodness and its a ruin too! I love ruins…
Cafe Corner. Market Street. Cement Mixer. Recycle Truck. No longer is the Town theme reserved for endlessly repeated police stations, firehouses and construction vehicles. 2007 has been a truly awesome year for LEGO Town, and it only gets better. Feast your eyes on this set that can only be as a masterpiece:
10184 Town Plan
Check out the Classic-Castle thread for more discussion and pictures.
EDIT: More, high-quality pictures are now available on BrickJournal.com, including pictures of the interior (some pictured below).
For anyone who didn’t know, the man pictured is Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, grandson of Ole Kirk Christiansen, the inventor of LEGO. 10184 Town Plan is a remake of 248 Town Plan Board. The boy seen in the original set is, in fact, Kjeld.