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Castle at Supertrain 2011

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Castle at Supertrain 2011

Postby Ye Olde Republic » Sun Apr 24, 2011 5:45 pm

Hey all, I just wanted to show you what I've been up to for the last couple of months. A fairly nice sized landscape and medieval village!
ImageAlong the rear of the display I built a 17 brick high x 6 stud thick wall to disguise the train running behind the layout. Inset along the length of the wall were some 16xn mosaics built by Dave Ware, a member of our lug and of course, a 16x64 advertisement for our favorite LEGO website. :D
Above is a view of the forest section.
Here we have some views of the village and castle. The castle and some of the village buildings were built by another member of my lug, some of the old-timers around here may remember wlister (who appears to have returned to the forums just today...)

There are a few more pics on my flickr but it seems I was in such a hurry to take pics before the giant bulldozer (weird story) got to town that I seem to have neglected a couple of things I should have photographed.

**EDIT**Here is a view of the village I wished I'd go myself taken by one of the other guys from the lug. ... hotostream

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Re: Castle at Supertrain 2011

Postby wlister » Fri Apr 29, 2011 4:47 am

That new link has some great shots. It is funny, I spent a lot of the show thinking my castle was too small. Some of those pics show off its size pretty well.

I must apologize for the Bulldozer. Rest assured we will not see any Bulldozers at Sea in June. ;)

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