pics of the Brick fete lego event in Montreal in 2013
About this creation
So, if you never been in Montreal before, this is part of the Olympic stadium mast,
[in the rear]
I don t often go to events, as, they re mostly held week ends,
and I work then, or, they re pretty small,
well, this one was nt.
the Pierre Charbonneau center was where it was held,
I never went there before, I posted these pics to make you travel cheaply,
as I really like to see what other countries sometimes look like,
I thought you might too.
this castle was one of the most impressive of the event,
it s easy to see why...
some big vehicles....
the most impressive spaceship of the event...
IT S BLACKTRON!!! xd.
a few more...
a train station
star wars sea action xd.
an impressive ferry
school robotic stand
Breault & Boutilier s stand [lego education - schools]
the second most impressive piece, the creator is the brown hair woman,
she also did this, wich I find wonderful!
I think she also did this one, oups, no, it s Marc Andre Caron, it s written on the bottom.
a post apoc
some amazing architecture...
train station from alexandre [friend]
a ninja creation
a zoo! I wish lego would release one!
another great architecture
a super emporium
another post apoc
fig sculptures, hey, it s Chewie!
the greek palace by a friend [here on moc pages too, check it out!]
Canada s parliament
a mosaic that I loved, I find it to be very Nagel like!
Brick fete 2013
so, this is it, hope it makes you travel for less, xd!
Quoting Gabor Horvath
thanks Gabor! at first, there where too much people for me, but, when it cleared up a bit, I could talk with some creators, and had a blast, it was only my 3 rd visit at an event, but, this was the biggest and most satisfying, the club is close-tied, and it does nt make it easy to exhibit, you have to know the people of the club quite well, and I only joined last year, did nt attend much of the meetings, so, I was unfortunately left out, I live in st Jerome, 30 mins of montreal.
Wow, what a show! So many hugely impressive models, the best of which I thought was the model of Montreal's Habitat; a building I'm fascinated by. Thanks for sharing, and showing us a piece of your wonderful country.
I've returned from the cold to see if you are still certifiably insane, this entry does offer an alternative opinion to your mental state. :-D It seems well adjusted and it looks like it was a good show, your report is most interesting
Quoting Nick Pascale
thanks Nick! I though about it, but, I did nt have the occasion, next time... these appartments 67 are located on the Montreal port they have a terrific view of the st Helen s island on wich the expo took place, it s still a wonder wich aged well.
First THANK YOU for sharing this marvelous event! Wish I were there. Hey Frank add a picture of you! I loved the World's Trade Center done by the "brown haired" woman! And he MODULAR HOME construction brought me back to 1968 when I took my first plane ride with my friends Mike & Mike when we went to Expo! These homes were done especially for the fair and stood out in the middle. the first thing I thought was he must love all the "BASEPLATES" in the city! A good Job!
Quoting matt rowntRee
thanks Matt! you bet, I had to wait at the end of the event to take some of the pics, otherwise, they d have just people on it, we could barely move! it s supposed to be bigger next time... I hope to be in it too.
Chewie!!! Yeah, awesome stuff cyberfrank! Great little showing with some amazing architecture. Looks like it was a complete success with a great attendance. Thank you for bringing it to us here on the pages. Fantastic!