LEGO firehouse from Portland | The Brothers Brick
I bet you thought this model was about twice as big from the thumbnail. Jonathan Lopes (BKNY Bricks) continues with his sub-minifig scale building series with this delightful Portland firestation. The flag is very cool.
fire engine v1 (07)
Contents of the left side compartements. Amongst others: mobile power generator, breathing apparatuses (SCBAs), tool boxes, water nozzles and a hose with water nozzle ready for immediate use.
Fire Truck Art - Lego City Undercover Art Gallery
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Rebuild of 601017 Fire Ladder Truck
This is a rebuild of 601017 Fire Ladder Truck. I loved the official set but REALLY wanted it to have stabilizers as a play feature. I also narrowed the ladder base and added a bucket. Overall it's less chibi than the original. For more photos, see the full set.
I moved to an extremely dreary cubicle that needed some color -- what better way to cheer it up than a bunch of bright red fire trucks? Also, the project was kind of on fire, so it seemed appropriate. The first three are an experiment to put vintage fire trucks on standard LEGO City 6-wide chasis (wheels, wheel wells, etc.). The last two are rebuilds of official sets. For more photos of these trucks see: -- Hook and Ladder Truck -- Ladder Truck and Trailer (Mercedes L322) -- Small Fire Truck…
Fire engine (2)
There's a bit of artistic license involved in the front end, simply because I couldn't recreate all the shapes from the real truck. The real trucks also don't have the yellow strip continuing below the windscreen but have the word "Fire" written in white letters onto a red background instead. Sadly I couldn't find a suitable sticker for that.