This is my winter village fire station with a vintage fire truck. The roof is removable. Can you tell I like winter village stuff? I will be making a few more buildings this year.
I have instructions for the station and truck on my website: www.brickcitydepot.com
The fire station is superbly done. The snow on the roof really aids in the winter feeling. The interior is even better than the exterior. The details are excellent and everything seems in place. The truck is the icing on the cake. It fits the architecture and gives a sense of completion.
another great building-scene from you, although a bit small for a fire station, [like lego] it s full of charm! i especially like the doors, yellow stripes on the floor, and shape of the building, 2 things only, are in my point of view, improveable, the truck s hood is a bit too high, and the beds are a bit bland, otherwise, it s great!
March 25, 2011
I love the truck, and the inside of the fire station is really well done.
I like it
March 25, 2011
just amazing you are just brilliant at making these
First a BIG THANK YOU, for not having a full snow covered roof! I got a feedback from someone why didn't I do a full white roof in my WINTER CHAPEL?
Well if you observe snow and wind as a combo sometimes it covers just one area of roof and not the whole roof! This model told me you understand how natural weather conditions can be an excellent detail effect! BRAVO!!!
I loved the interior! Great bunkbeds (I just hope they do not roll over it'll be a long way down!) as well as a sliding pole!
I loved the dated, rather then modern fire engine!
Hey can you manage a Christmas Wreath in the interior?
You earned 10 LEGO heads NOT just 5! From me!
Can't talk any more the fire alarm just went off!