Mounted on May 1st 2015, is composed of three main parts, a town, a mine and a medieval castle that is transformed in our times into an attraction being visited by groups of tourists.
I benefited from the courtesy of Dragos Hriscu from Bacau with a new official LEGO set, The Sydney Opera House (10234), with the cost of 1400 RON, with a number of 2989 pieces.
The Town comprises a personal creation of a train station, an official LEGO set train station, a city centre with the police station, fire department, hospital, four different houses, a fun-playground area and a campsite by the beach. All of these are crossed by a motorized bullet-train.
Unfortunately, one day after setting the town up, a fire broke out in the center. What we did, you will see in the “Firefighters” gallery….
The Gold Mine is a personal creation, in which I used all sets of Lego City Subtheme “Mining” which appeared in 2012 most of which being coupled in the work. It includes a mountain with two boreholes, a desk with a safe for storing gold, two lines and two mine trains, a turntable for turning locomotives on both lines (link demo), 2 mega-trucks which transport ore, an area for storing fuel, a line with standard gauge rail wagons for transporting ore, an area for washing cars, an area to check miners shifts with a metal detector, a gateway to the courtyard of the mine with a head guard, a car control and railroad barriers.
Official LEGO sets unmodified / partly modified:
Orăşel: 7937, 10216, 10222, 31036, 10236, 30017, 30227, 60086, 60011, 60013, 5891, 7346, 7498, 60050, 7942, 31025, 70805, 10244, 4429, 4208, 4209, 31009, 60003, 60004, 60057, 60085, 60000, 7641, 40158, 3061, 3063, 3184, 3935.
Mina de aur: 2 x 4204, 2 x 4200, 2 x 4202, 4201, 4203, 60010, 7939, 4436, 4440
Castel: 10223, 7953.
Motorized train: Official LEGO set 60051.
Dimensions: 1.2 m X 3.5 m
Pieces: Tens of thousands
Project worktime: 2 months
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