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Show us your layouts!

Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ NZMember Posts: 4,179
edited October 2011 in Building and Techniques
It's been a while since we've seen how everyone's layouts are coming along, so it'd be great to see them - also we have a lot of new people who've not shared yet :)

Personally, my house is currently being turned upside down, so I'm about half way through 6 or so months without anywhere to put a layout, so I'll have to enjoy other people's layouts for a while.

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  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Hertfordshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,742
    No progress on mine since you last visited my site, Si - I'm still waiting for 3000-4000 small bley bricks, and until those arrive I can't do any more.....
  • MinifigsMeMinifigsMe Member Posts: 2,844
    My built sets are dumped inside my loop of train track. It will have to be a 'back to the future' lay out as there are no roads, just houses and fields! It need extensions to create a C shape layout for an airport at one end and railway sidings at the other. I'm not doing any fancy building, just put sets out really.
  • thebricksterthebrickster Member Posts: 63
    my lego city in my bedroom
  • mackrelmackrel Member Posts: 75
    That's one hell of a bedroom.
  • JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
    Really? A hammer? lol

    This is mine....
  • dimefielddimefield Edmonton Alberta CanadaMember Posts: 314
    That bedroom scares me, Im only at about 50,000 lego pieces but i can see how that happens. Been too busy buying, building and sorting to do any kind of layout. Closest I have is a kingdoms layout but the Lion are on top of a bookshelf and the Dragon are in my closet, someday they will meet on the field of battle...
  • romdamromdam Member Posts: 136
    Does anyone do classic style towns anymore or are we at a point where it's all done with these huge buildings and awful 6 wide vehicles they put out nowadays. seriously some of the vehicles are like grossly too big.
  • StuBoyStuBoy New ZealandMember Posts: 623
    ^ Each to their own I guess, but I quite like the wider vehicles, slightly more realistic than a truck that's only wide enough to fit 1 minifig.
  • yys4uyys4u USA SoCalMember Posts: 1,092
    Those are some pretty impressive rooms. Although to me it seems like your only hobby is LEGO? I remember a thread about this maybe I should look it up, basically what else do people collect or what other hobbies do they have. That's what keeps my collection so limited, although I like so many sets put out, I have a small apartment and a couple other hobbies that I can't just deck out my room like that.
  • Silber334Silber334 Member Posts: 147
    I personally agree with romdam and think 6 wide vehicles should be limited to commercial vehicles or SUVs. Just my opinion, but I guess that's how Lego cars have evolved the past few years.

    Back on topic; I don't have any layouts. But if I build something, I only use the top of my Ikea Lack table since my room is very small :P

  • sneffsneff Member Posts: 5
    Does anyone do classic style towns anymore or are we at a point where it's all done with these huge buildings and awful 6 wide vehicles they put out nowadays. seriously some of the vehicles are like grossly too big.
    Most of my stuff is from the older 4 wide days, but I do kind of like the look of the new vehicles. They do look a bit out of place when they are side by side but I still love both styles.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,625
    Here is my small layout. I would like to double or triple it's size. I am patiently waiting for my wife's sister to get pregnant so I can get rid of all the baby furniture we have been saving for her. I literally can't back up any more because of all the furniture behind me. Oh well, what I was thinking was that because the monorail takes up so much space that it might be cool to make it go underneath the layout for a while then pop back up at some other point. I will also make the track lower on the layout, it is ridiculously tall but the kids think it's neat. I also have to figure out how to blend in my 9V trains as well. But it's been a good learning experience so far. I think I sized this correctly but I'm sure a mod will tell me.
  • OdinduskOdindusk Member Posts: 763
    lol that strikes me as quite the hazardous airport runway. No pressure, pilots! Clip the monorail bases with your wings and the entire city dies.
  • korkor Member Posts: 392
    lol that strikes me as quite the hazardous airport runway. No pressure, pilots! Clip the monorail bases with your wings and the entire city dies.
    LOL!! I almost spit my coffee all over my keyboard!

    I don't have any layouts yet. Space is always the issue. I have one room that is "mine" but I also collect 80's action figures and playsets. I've started boxing up a lot of the large playsets for storage because I don't have enough room for the rapidly growing Lego collection.

    I just need to get rich and buy a bigger house!
  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas TexasMember Posts: 8,409
    edited October 2011
    I don't have anything laid out, we just rearranged the house, so we had to move everything out of the upstairs bedroom we were keeping it in.

    Right now, we have some stuff displayed on shelves in the dining room (yea, the wife loves that!). Otherwise the closet is full of stuff in storage and we have a bit of space on the floor for the kids to play.

    The stuff in the upper right corner is yet to build, think I'll make the shuttle next. :) The only problem is I have no place to display it once done... I can't afford a bigger house, all my money is tied up in Lego! :)
  • Lego_MooseLego_Moose Member Posts: 36
    edited October 2011
    Only had a week to make this layout, so its not much.
    Its all in the crawlspace now.
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