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Wye Fye Communications Building
[If you've stopped by, please take a second to rate it and leave a comment! Ideas and criticisms welcome.] --- New high quality photos. This is a modern radio and communications building which provides phone and internet service and hosts several local radio stations. Despite having control of a large market share of the phone and internet service in Brickchester, it is a local business only and its service is not provided to anyone who does not reside in Bricksborough county. Note the windows which are red 4x5x1's with trans-black glass turned on there sides. This building technique was also used in the local mini mall.
About this creation

Here you can see the communications equipment (antennas, router, etc.) on the rooftop. Naturally there is an entrance way that provides technicians and operators access should repairs need to be done or electronics update.

Close-up of the rooftop.

Here is a shot of the front of the building with windows done much like the ones in the mini mall.

Another angle. I apologize for the glare, the lighting wasn't adjusted properly.


  June 16, 2010
it looks good! adding interiors would have been great! +some minifigs to make it come alive! i like the colors and the windows!
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  March 29, 2009
hmm =] ... ideas are welcome hu ? ... well, since this is a radio and communications building, and is suppose to provide phone and internet service ... and since it also hosts several local radio stations ... i was thinking that it should have a LARGER antenna ... kinda like these ... How about a 7 ft. 1/2 inch Tall Tower ? ... ... or an 8 ft. 4 1/2 inch Tall Tower ? ... ... or maybe a 15 ft. 2 3/4 inch Tall Tower like this ! ... ... All 3 of those Towers are constructed mostly of Lego axles and various connectors ... and are very light-weight ... and would not make your station top-heavy.
Nick Ennobtown
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masterchief 1
  February 6, 2009
Nice. By the way , maybe you should use a white background next time , using white card works the best I've found.
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