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Bricktown Station

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The clatter of hooves, the pounding of the railway, the cries of the Indians... Welcome to the Wild West!
I love the Wild West and wanted to build something on this theme, also because I think LEGO should produce Western sets again. So I thought about what else is characteristic for our present idea of the wild west and quickly came to the theme of the railway. The result was this railway station
It has 1315 parts and consists of the following three areas:
The platform is slightly elevated and can be reached by a staircase at the back. On the wooden structure, passengers can wait for the train or goods can be loaded. To protect against rain, the platform is roofed and there is a small dynamite hiding place on the left side.
The stationmaster's office is on the same level as the platform. There is a desk with an armchair where the station guard sells tickets or checks goods. It is lit by a small desk lamp.
The station guard's flat is located above the office and can be reached via a staircase on the right side of the building. It consists of a single room containing a bed, a wardrobe and a table with a stool. 
The minifigures I envision for the set are the station attendant, as well as an older gentleman in a suit and top hat, a young man with his girlfriend, three soldiers and a hoodlum. Also a horse and a grey snake. 
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