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Cybercity s fire station v-2
fire station v-2 now most vehicles fit in!
About this creation
thanks to my girlfriend,manoxylo,i have much better pictures!

i ve added some details to the roof level,including,
fuel post,emergency fire post,and a new fire fighting system.
the candle blower system!
equipped with water pressure rockets
and fire chemichal warfare
with precise heat targeting system!

and also a fire ramp as suggested by lee hardwick,thanks!

the station s street side view,with tv panel,
and curved lighted archs+industrial fire hydrant.

the buildings back details,

2nd level,
the fire chief s office,waiting hall,reception desk,
and team living quarters+elevator!

a fire team status post board,the reception-dispatch desk,
and recycling container!

the fire chief s office from outside,
also equipped with supercomputer technology.

the kitchen of course,tv,hats hangers,and fire extinguisher!

details have been added to the garage bay,
the fire pick up and trailer are missing,
sebastien s quite tuff on it!
but,the rest of the vehicles are there.

the raft as been hanged,ladders installed,compartments added,
the practice dummy stored,the elevator works,and water main is operational!

a new member of the fire dept,meet f.r.e.d.

designed to be 'dropped' on top of buildings,or making itself an entry,
it helps saving cybercity fire heroes,
in thight situations or fire victims!

i had to do it!
i customized the fire helicopter because it seemed designed more for forests fires!
and i needed one for urban purposes,so,i added side doors,made it longer,
and added a winch!but,from the rear of the craft!

i also built the rotors longer!

the system is nt sturdy,but,i ll work on it!
computer stabilizers are correcting the craft s positioning while
in winch mode,the craft s body panels protects the winch s
objects-persons from wind turbulence while in operation!

refinements were done on the tiller,stabilisers,
and new hydraulic lifters!

ok from here on,these pics were while interiors were nt done,
i keep it for archives,
a twin of the police station,the fire station differ in some points.

notice the new water cannon on the semi!

equipped to deal with fire!

sebastien s fire pick up![wich is in pieces now]

all units out!

it s an emergency!

the garage bay.

SOMEONE has to clean this mess![it s done now]

the complete cybercity fire dept![i changed some by this time!]

helicopter and pilot[older version]

the chief and station staff![he s been fired since,he s been caugh fire inspecting ladies houses,off shift!]

the dog den!

the dog s purpose is to insure security in the vehicle bay,
finding lost persons or burried victims!

it can come out by the low grill!

fire extinguishers

some tools[i ve encastered this by now]

the garage bay with vehicles![i ve cleaned it up since]

it s very tight![even more so now]

but it fits!

the unfinished elevator[now it is]

the raft is used to help underwater searches

the dummy is used for practice in car crashes victims and

also basic medical techniques.

the unfinished living quarters[now it is]

the 3 levels unfinished elevator[now it is]

window view

not my best picture.

the color is bleached somehow.

top down view

level 2 living quarters-reception-dispatch[i changed from this design]

the reception dispatch post[this too]

i never was satisfied with the 1rst version,
the dark grey base plates where too small,and restricted building freedom!
it made for a very weak building!filled with pillars!

here is the back of the new version.

left side


right side overview

right side

details have been added, and this should be it!
vehicles will be refined some more!


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  January 7, 2013
Quoting Michael Parkinson I hope the new one does nt dissapoint!
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  June 10, 2011
Love the rocket idea! Too bad we can't utilize it in the real world. The robot is another wonderful MOC. The tiller looks great! You may want to change the bucket though; it looks too small to rescue people from your giant buildings... You did an excellent job on this! Considering the size of your city, I hope to see another fire station from you soon...
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  May 31, 2011
Very Nice Fire Station. I love every part of it. Could you check out my Fire Station, even though there's no comparison to yours?
cyberfrank 2010
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White Knight
  April 22, 2011
well, If I ever change theme from castle to city stuff I can see what can be done, amazing, somewhat bigger than my police and fire station that my parents bought me when I were a lad many years ago....You have been busy taking great pride in your constructions for sure, very good indeed...and many thanks for the good comments about my castle kingdom !!.....
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  April 20, 2011
This is a great setup and finely detailed! Very original work! Great job!
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  March 26, 2011
Trčs chouette, la caserne de pompier!
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  November 30, 2010
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  October 22, 2010
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  September 22, 2010
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez thanks! i m happy you appreciate,the answer is, the concept of my city,is to be totally autonomous! and so have all services! with that in mind,i decided on having a combo police-fire building,it took a long time to finish,as my pic quality difference shows! i tought of it through and through! and then some! it helped to conceive it in the cartoon theme-mind, thanks for your most welcomed comment!
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  September 21, 2010
how... did... you... MAKE THIS!!!!! its amazing so well done to great to be true i cant find words to describe this i can belive you have a station like this your trucks are pretty nice to not based off of any real truck though (ahhh!!!!) but very nice and again the station is like heaven for firefighters the robot, helicopter, ofice space its all amazing and again its amazing this is like no other well done :)-Paulo R. SCFD
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  September 15, 2010
Quoting Jake Savage thanks a lot jake,it s appreciated!
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  September 15, 2010
Well done, not only is the fire department beautiful, well detailed, and all around obscenely satisfying just to look at, the police department is also an epic win. Good work mate, and DEFINITELY keep bricking.
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  September 15, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens thanks parr!love your latest work!i ll try to make it worth your precious time![as a creator] but,is it me?,or this place is filling with great artists! it s awesome!
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  September 15, 2010
dude this city of yours is just going to rule!
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  September 15, 2010
Quoting Mister Bones thanks for your experienced comments! i appreciate it!
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  September 15, 2010
Again, excellent work. Love all the little details you add, and the crash test dummy on the shelf gave me a laugh! Here is a bit of a tip, place your creations in different folders so we can more easily find your work. See my home page for an example. Cheers!
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  August 30, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner thanks steffen for your comments,i ll add i find the new airport,inspiring with its huge curved shaped window,and other goodies,but,i don t have experience in plane building,exept, maybe my biggest helicopters,but i did nt had the time to customize the fire dept one! i really envy you to have an airport,as i don t have enough space where i live to expose it! i thank you for your explanation!
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  August 30, 2010
Quoting Lee Hardwick oh!this is a great idea! thanks a lot! you re right!
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  August 27, 2010
This is great, I would defiantly buy this fire station over the official Lego one. Some very nice details like the glass roof and the little accessories. One thing about your elevator is that being in a fire station and all their health and safety and they don't have any railings on the open shafts.LOL 5/5
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  August 17, 2010
Hey Frank, this is a very cool fire station, as you combined conventional features that I like (multiple garages, a heli landing pad) with unconventional ones (the big outer starway, the terrace-shaped structure of the building, the pretty tower looking good for itself, despite its functional purpose [drying the hung up water hoses]). The station looks like it must be a lot of fun to play with. And I love playability... So good job! Thanks for your nice comment on my P-1 Falcon jetliner, BTW! To your question: I wonīt buy the current Lego airport because other than the plane parts, it doesnīt feature enough nice pieces to expand my collecion. I do own the biggest original Lego passenger plane that came out, though (the four-engined jet), which nowadays isnīt availiable anymore. It was the best original Lego plane I think, but Iīll only use it to make a more satisfactory design (probably a turbo-prop airliner). What generally bothers me about those prepared, huge plane pieces is that one canīt incorporate functional features such as working landing gear very well. And there are a lot of other flaws about those pieces. Thatīs why I prefer to make my own designs in general, using nothing but conventional, more versatile general pieces for my models. i donīt mind my models to be heavy, but have to take care of the problem of tail-heaviness sometimes (with boat weights, for instance).Best regards, Steffen
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  August 5, 2010
Nicely done ! the garage bay is awesome, good job on the tower and rest of the building as well
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  August 5, 2010
You have so many bricks!!!! Great work.
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