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Thanksgiving Square, Dallas
About this creation
This is a 5-foot-long model of Thanksgiving Square, a small plaza located in the center of downtown Dallas, Texas.

Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

DART train Dallas transit light rail

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail train runs alongside Thanksgiving Square.


Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

The "Great Bells of Thanksgiving" sit atop US and Texas State flags.


Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

A seashell-shaped chapel sits at the end of the plaza.


Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model



Thanksgiving Square bustles with life on a busy weekend:

Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model

Thanksgiving Square, LEGO model



Comments

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  October 8, 2013
That is massive! love it :)
  June 28, 2011
"f! ur moc dude im very jealous!..." i hope that this statement gets your attention. i maybe just a smalltime kid, but i know that i was raised with, and that my friend is Lego! to tell u the truth i saw you on the news when i was like i dont know 13-16 but im 19 now. im happy that you have your dream job and im sort of envious because ive been thinking "legos!" ever since i used to steal them from my cuzin and stuff my diapers full of them. i wanted to know (if its not to much trouble for u, u must be so busy with your mocs) if you could give me your personal artistic opinion about some of my mocs. i have to warn you i am not a pureist, and i modify my pieces. but i dont use any type of cheap knock off brands like megablocks. what i mean by im not a pureist is that even that i use pure legos. i mix my personal expierence with electronics and find ways to install them into my mocs with minimal modifications. so it looks seemles. i hope im not too small time for THE god (sort of speak)... or father. of mocpages. i hope that you understand my behavement today in hopes that im not deleted for my rude comment sincerley -jimmy. ps. thank you for creating such a great website and allowing a world full of artist like myself to express themselves though this website. (i bet u get this alot!)
 I like it 
  September 23, 2010
what a superb city landscape! so simply despicted,so elegantly done! an inspiration! i really admire your work,and this wonderful moc site! i m very thankful! good luck in your amazing projects!
 I like it 
  April 6, 2010
This looks exactly right!You know my dad works diagonally across from Thanksgiving Square.
  April 13, 2009
I think they should put this in legoland!
 I made it 
  January 8, 2009
Quoting Corporal Brennan !! I love it. One question though, the guy on the 5 picture where it says "Thanksgiving Square bustles with life on a busy weekend" the guy closest to the wall does he not have an arm?
He does... Must just be a funny angle.
 I made it 
  January 8, 2009
Quoting Alex Fatheree bsolutely adore the layout you've created. Quick question though: Is that an actual monument in Dallas, TX?
Yes, this is a pretty faithful reproduction of the square at the center of downtown Dallas, Texas. The real square it a lot hillier and sunken into the ground, but I took some liberties. :)
 I like it 
  December 3, 2008
Wow! I absolutely adore the layout you've created. Quick question though: Is that an actual monument in Dallas, TX?
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  October 13, 2008
SO COOL! I LOVE IT! My aunt used to live in Dallas,Texas.
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  June 30, 2008
I like it a lot, this is great!...WELL DONE!
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  June 26, 2008
Another nice one, Sean! Love all of the angular lines in the design, and all of the visual activity you've got going on.
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  June 25, 2008
I know you'll probably never read this,but I really like this!and the texan holding money is finny.yep,down here in Texas,we big shots love holding our money.haha!so does this mean your gonna do a dallas in bricks like ya did with new york?I cannot wait to see...um,well I not actually from Dallas...and I've never been there either,so I don't know any great landmarks...oh,for petes sake just build some thing goood again!
 I like it 
  June 25, 2008
Hi Sean:) Im very pleased to actually write a comment to you. I must admit that I hadnt heard of this park yet before, but it looks quite amazing to me. Great effort in landscaping! Youre probably too busy, but if you would find some time, would you eventually like to check out my last MOC, a big cargo plane? Its minifig-scale, 77 studs long... I want to create an airport/airfield layout:)... Viele Gre aus Deutschland, Steffen
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  June 25, 2008
I like the fact that you didn't try to make it using studless techniques.
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  June 25, 2008
this is great, I like the seashell-shaped chapel most, it doesn't look easy to make
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  June 25, 2008
Wow, an excellent piece of work. I really like the sea shell tower and the angled pathways.
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  June 25, 2008
It's not good... It's GREAT!!! piz put a link to my page on your page! I am your #1 fan! :-)
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  June 25, 2008
Man, now I want to see it for real. Great MOC.
 I like it 
  June 25, 2008
Heh, as good as ever and always a pleasure, Sean. Nice to see you doing something like this. Ah Dallas Texas... Good day
 
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