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LEGO The Second Town - 2009
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Hello Together Here are some fotos of my second and latest town layout. It´s bigger and more reasoned than the first one. However it is made out of original LEGO sets and MOCs. I used the models of my first layout for this new city and built a lot of new houses, cars, trees and a big park, too.
About this creation
The road to the left of the park. Let us call them "Green Street". It is partly blocked - Construction!

Houses No. 1 and No. 3 of "Green Street". Both buildings are MOCs made out of new bricks.

Houses No. 5 and No. 7 - the "Flower Shop".

The Flower Shop is a MOC based on the construction manual of the LEGO set 10185 "Green Grocer". I just made it bigger and an oriel on both house ends.

The other side of the street. Green Street No. 10, a Chinese Restaurant vis-a-vis the Flower Shop, based on LEGO 10182. Green Street No. 8, the small, dark brown house, is a "Bakery". I designed and bought it from the LEGO designer programm via internet.

The street in front of the park shall be the "Cedar Lane". A shopping street where the garbage collection works. It is built out of LEGO 10182, 10185 and two MOCs.

The Cedar Lane - a view from the park.

The post lorry just arrived in front of the hotel and the postoffice.

The backyard behind the postoffice.

Sitting in the backyard cafe and looking at the going ons of the postoffice.

The "Park Alley" to the right of the park is a broad tree-lined, four lane road. The post office is on the left side of this street. On the right side are some town houses - all are MOCs made out of LEGO 4754 - and a church.

The bus line 244, a converted model of LEGO 7641.

The right side of the Park Alley from a birds perspective. An old road sweeper at work.

The small church at Park Alley´s right end. On the following pictures you could see the back views and gardens of Park Alley´s opulent town houses.

The house of the priest.

House with large garden pond and barbecue .

Sitting in a beautiful garden

The house of a dog owner. At the following 3 pictures there is - last but not least - a good overview above the whole town.

Town view from the garden side.

The Park with Green Street and Cedar Lane.

Park Alley with the post office and the town houses at last.



Comments

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  January 25, 2014
great green work
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  July 20, 2013
Amazing. That one 7-letter word explains your layout. I came across this, looking for a Double-Decker conversion of the yellow bus. If you don't mind me asking, would you mind explaining how you converted it? Thank you.
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  March 17, 2013
Very Nice I Really Like The Big Trees They Are Really Good
  September 26, 2012
Super. Strašnì se mi to líbí.
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  August 1, 2012
I really like the trees
joerg sorns
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  April 3, 2012
Fantastic city! One of the best I have seen so far!
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  May 20, 2011
three letters WOW!!!!!
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  August 30, 2010
the way you expand your city,is brilliant! i like how you customized the bus,the rear of all your buildings,it s awesome!i can t wait until i get my roadplates,6 months,i hope. the system you concieved for the sidewalk,and street lights,is great,it fits nicely with your trees and parking spaces! excellent work!
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  June 16, 2010
Wow this is fully AWSOME!!! It's sooooo big. I love it. Wow this would be so much fun to make. The detail In it is incredible. When I first saw the main pic I thought there were fake (non-Lego) trees in it. Lol but then I looked closer and saw they were Lego.
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  June 16, 2010
Wow this is fully AWSOME!!! It's sooooo big. I love it. Wow this would be so much fun to make. The detail In it is incredible. When I first saw the main pic I thought there were fake (non-Lego) trees in it. Lol but then I looked closer and saw they were Lego.
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  June 12, 2010
Aww, I was going to make a Post Office for this layout =P! Oh, well, your design is better than mine...uh...We shared the idea of having a Mail Van in the back. Nice umbrellas!
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  February 13, 2010
Wow. This is a super lego city, maybe the best. So Lego, so playable, so well done. Beautiful details, this is a masterpiece...
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  January 2, 2010
I think this is the best city on Mocpages. I love the amount of detail on the buildings and I really like the park. :)
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  December 31, 2009
fabulous work! Have to agree with a previous comment, the high detail and density is great. I'd like to do something like this build some day.
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  December 25, 2009
Especially love your trees. COuld need those for my Castle Forests. One day...
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  December 24, 2009
Looks great!! I like comparing your first city to this one, and seeing how it has changed. Your city looks to be growing very nicely.
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  December 23, 2009
Its absolutly fantastic great buildings great colours and the trees and gardens are fantastic any chance I can move in to your town as a resident.
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  December 22, 2009
This is a richly detailed Moc. I will literally spend hours looking at it.
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  December 22, 2009
Looking great, Joerg! I love the density and detail you were able to put into this layout. Very realistic and inspiring! Best regards, Steffen
 
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