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Train Station 1934
The model sits on a 48x48 base plate.
There are three dominant exterior colours: the black, grey and burgundy bricks. For some reason the black bricks look blue-ish when rendered by the Lego Digital Designer software.
Overall, the key features from phase 1 are still present:
The mini train figure is still there,
The inside of the main station has the coffee and ticket place,
There is an overhead crossing,
Covered waiting area and
Smaller waiting area on the second platform.
except for the bike rack but there is space on the side of the building for one. The burgundy and grey brick arrangement is similar to the fire station set. I feel it gives the build a bit more character and more coherent to the existing Lego sets I own. The round transparent bricks add a lighting effect on the flower beds.
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To Check out Phase 1 which was built out of my actual lego click below:
Phase 2 from behind still had the details of a potential road on the front
The inside space has the ticket office with swivelling chair and computer and bureau drawers. The back wall of the office has a wooden table and shelf.
The coffee shop has an angled display which for the life of me I could not get the software to fit flat squares on to represent chocolate bars and cookies. The back has a sink similar to the fire station set and the shelf has a coffee machine with multicoloured transparent bricks to represent the different flavours of shots that go in drinks. Lauren thinks it looks more like a pharmacy. Let me know what you think. There is no keyboards associated to the coffee shop since I wanted it to be more of a touch screen. I can still include a few chairs on the inside for seating but decided against it for clarities sake.
Here is a picture of phase 1 which shows how train sets interact perfect with the actual set.