Posts Tagged ‘Transportes and Communication’

Colonial Harbor

August 7, 2014

Maydayartist presented at Eurobricks this gorgeous colonial harbor.
He applied simple techniques but getting a brilliant result in the end!
Among all details I would like to highlight the cobblestone street that looks great.

Colonial Harbor
Colonial Harbor by maydayartist

Stagecoach on White White West

August 3, 2014

Stagecoach on White White West
Stagecoach on White White West by Brick Vader

Lego – Portuguese Historic Train

August 2, 2014

Sérgio Batista is one of my favourite train builders and this is his latest creation :D
Lego - Portuguese Historic Train
Lego – Portuguese Historic Train by Sérgio Batista

1930’s Rolls Royce Phantom II…Vanilla Flavor

August 1, 2014

Rolls Royce Phantom II…Vanilla Flavor
1930’s Rolls Royce Phantom II…Vanilla Flavor by Lino M

1910 Renault AG1

July 31, 2014

1910 Renault AG1

1910 Renault AG1 by LegoEng

Horse-drawn tram (summer version) – Cracow 1883

July 21, 2014

Horse-drawn tram (summer version) - Cracow 1883
Horse-drawn tram (summer version) – Cracow 1883 by Karwik

Pinnacle ship

July 15, 2014

Pinnacle

Pinnacle

Pinnacle by Mr. Townsend

Beacon by the Sea

July 15, 2014

Beacon by the Sea
Beacon by the Sea by ‘Sergeant Chipmunk’

Fleur de Lys – FADO VAN Lisbon

October 26, 2013

Recently we have highlighted the Sintra’s Tram from Sérgio Batista. Today’s we will highlight another portuguese historical vehicle from the same builder. The Lisbon’s Fado van is a vintage Fleur de Lys car model, that promotes the current culture events that takes place Lisbon.

Fleur de Lys - FADO VAN Lisbon

Sintra’s tram

October 12, 2013

Sérgio Batista is a great train builder, which I had the pleasure to meet in person a few years ago. His latest (virtual) MOC is a representation of the old Sintra’s trams that took people from the town’s historical center to the Praia das Maçãs (Apple Beach).

Sintra's tram


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