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That Old Stone Building
You know that one that has the au bon brique in it. A cafe corner compatible building.
About this creation

That Old Stone Building



You know that one that has

the in it.


A cafe corner compatible building



More information after the pictures.
















First Floor




Second Floor




Third Floor


Fourth Floor







Fifth Floor



This is my first "cafe corner compatible" building.
I started with my grungiest white bricks!

The Home of Republic of Texas Navy in LEGOs is right here on MOCpages.

enjoy

kurt

Notes:
  • RTS - Republic of Texas Ship
  • RTN - Republic of Texas Navy
  • LNA - Lego Naval Architect





Comments

 I like it 
  January 1, 2013
I love it! And what a great way to use grungy white bricks!
 I made it 
  May 13, 2010
Quoting Hugh Brown Brown Could the best Lego builder in the world please post a list of instructions? Anyway great model.
Sorry I built this one "freehand"! I just started with my grungiest 1x2 white bricks (you know those not-so-white anymore, dirty ones) but as, concrete blocks, they look great. You also asked (on September 29, 2009) about instructions for my Ghostbusters' Headquarters http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/106364 see your comment... and my reply... I did post those instructions here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/162934 you could try building the BG's HQ You could also leave feedback there if you liked the instructions!! You can also build your own LEGO Modular House: (from: http://www.brickwiki.org/wiki/Modular_houses_standard ) Guidelines * Baseplates - Buildings in this standard are built on multiples of 32 stud x 16 stud baseplates. Usually used singly or in pairs, there is no stated limit other than the space available. * Connnection - Joining the adjacent modules are two technic bricks with a hole (3700) on each side of the building. These bricks are placed 9 studs from the front and back leaving 10 studs between them. * Build area - The standard incorporates sidewalks of 8 studs at the front which leaves a single stud in front of the connection bricks. If a similar alleyway is left at the back that creates a 16 studs wide x 16 studs deep area for building. The alleyway is not required but eliminating it altogether may interfere with cooperative displays. Try to keep the fašade or face of your buildings 7 to 9 studs back from the edge of the base plate. This allows room for a sidewalk and ensures that most buildings will be on the same plane. from: LEGO.Com Applying these guidelines to both front and back leaves a possible build area (on a single 16x32 baseplate) of up to 16x18. Using multiple baseplates in a single building creates a maximum build area of 32x18, 48x18 or even larger. * Height - The recommended height is around 9 bricks per story. * Sidewalks - The surface of the sidewalks in all sets released in the series have been created using tiles. Using plates with studs showing is more attractive to many builders who espouse a studs showing aesthetic and/or appreciate the flexibility of fig and detail placement possible with exposed studs. hope this helps kurt
 I like it 
  May 12, 2010
Could the best Lego builder in the world please post a list of instructions? Anyway great model.
 I like it 
  March 25, 2009
Nice building. Lots of good detail. see ya. garth
 
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