Bebricton

LEGO Classic: Bebricton - Cargo Zone

Cargo Zone

Theme:
Town
Views:
411
Added:
2017, oct 8 11:58
Scenery designer:
LEGO Classic
Place: Poland
Joined: 2015, jan 21
Seen: 1d 7h
Introduction

This part of the town of Bebricton joins the sea from the main sea port, Restonidrot Island and the western side of the railroad from the Octan race track.
Guests may arrive to Restonidrot Island via the train through the port connected to the train station.
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Train station
Passenger ship will take them to the island after that.
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Passenger ship
The second railway is used to transport coal and containers.
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Coal depot
Coal, however, is used in power plants to supply the entire city of Bebricton.
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Power Plant
The second freight train is waiting at the loading station to load the containers and goods to the wagon.
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Loading zone
As if that was not enough, just before the train crossing happened an accident. Hot Rod drivers decided to chase in the city, which resulted in collision with the cyclist.
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The accident
To get to the city harbor you have to cross the drawbridge.
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Draw bridge
To the north you will see a spreading view of the beach located on Restonidrot Island.
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The beach

Summary

The cargo zone contains sets from the early 80's and 90's. Many of the designs visible here are custom. All buildings and machines are built with the standard classic scheme. Buildings, ships or own vehicles were constructed because they lacked their counterparts in the original sets. It is strange that a passenger ship have not been released as original set, it is pretty common idea. Some of the most interesting 12V trains sets have been used here, such as the 7740-1: Inter-City Passenger Train Set or the 7823-1: Container Crane Depot. Also in this scenery you can find as many as 4 trains and each with a set of wagons! This is a record for Bebricton city.
The fact that this part of the city of Bebricton joins the already existing four parts is also the reason for this diversity in the area.
However, it was possible to place everything together!
Written:
2017, oct 7 22:31 (2 months, 7 days ago) by Rogdush
Modified:
2017, oct 14 23:03 (2 months, 5 hours ago) by Rogdush
Changed:
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