As a Rotarian in the Kenwick Rotary Club I got involved with Bricktober through our club running the Bricktober Sausage Sizzle. In between turning the snags over and crisping up the onions I meandered over to the LEGO® Retailers and purchased two City Train sets and my passion for LEGO® was reignited.
I had a few bricks as a kid (many years ago) and through the years my boys and now grandson enjoy building. I enjoy setting up the track layout through the house for the grandson to drive the trains.
About the Display
The hustle and bustle of a busy train station with two tracks converging onto 4 platforms. The display also features a Road Train Convoy and bus depot.
My display took around 12 months to build on and off. The layout is Version 8 and will be dismantled when Bricktober 2020 is finished.
My inspiration is the trains and have enjoyed creating new design for the carriages including the double decker carriages.
The exhibit features high speed trains of different vintages. The double deck carriages are also pulled by the high speed train.
There are two motors on the high speed trains on the track through the house.
Find Mr. Brick
Try to find Mr. Brick in the photos and if you can’t then scroll down to find out where he is.
There are four Mr. Bricks’ – one from each year I have been collecting them – on the back of a truck.
Roy Philbin Set Number: BT2020-222