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Westwood Train Layout 3.0 (July 2011)
In late March of this year, I began to replace some of my town's oldest buildings with new, high-detail ones. Th...
Westwood City Train Station II (June 2011)
Following two years of service, I decided to retire my old art-deco train station in favor of this far supe...
Westwood City 2.1 (December 2010)
Here is a minor update to my ongoing layout project, Westwood City. I hope people aren't getting tired of my continu...
Streets of Westwood (Stop-Motion Clip)
On October 24, 2010, I created a short stop-motion clip of cars travelling along Upshaw Avenue on my LEGO train...
Westwood City 2.0 VIDEO (November 2010)
As always, I ended up creating a video for the newest version of my train layout. At any rate, I wanted to sha...
Westwood Fire Station I (July 2007)
The Westwood Fire Station (formerly the Legoville Junction Fire Station) was built on July 18-20, 2007. It was one...
Westwood Train Layout 2.0 (November 2010)
It's been a year and a half in the making, but VERSION 2.0 is finally here! This heavily updated version of ...
Evolution of a Train Layout (September 2010)
I have done a fairly decent job keeping track of my layout's progress since June of 2009, and wanted to s...
"The Tree" (September 2010)
Here is a tree that I recently placed on my Lego train layout. It is comprised of 89 bricks and is part of a massive 2,250...
Westwood City 1.3 (May 2010)
I decided to add some surface details to my current Lego Train Layout to enchance its realism. I hope to expand it somewh...
Jailbreak FAIL! (March 2010)
Just read the story below, gosh darnit... ... Jailbreak Joe has attempted to break out of the Westwood City State Peniten...
Westwood Union Train Station (December 2008)
This page features a few pictures of Westwood City's primary train station. It was built on December 29-3...
Westwood City 1.2 (February 2010)
For the third time, I feel inclined to post a few more pictures of my current Lego Train Layout. While I know that t...
Lego Airport Module (March 2006)
This is my so-called Airport Module, which was featured on most BAYLUG public display layouts between 2005 and 2007. ...
California High Speed Rail (January 2010)
It's so bad it's good. The pictures don't lie. ... The original, upon which this design is loosely based... ...
My Train Layouts, 2000 to 2010
On July 18, 2000, I began building Lego Train Layouts. ... 1) Legoville (Version I): Completion Date: July 18, 2000 ...
Overhauled Family House (January 2010)
I got a few copies of Lego #6754 (Family House). I redesigned a few of them. The results are as follows. Each h...
Lego Train Cab Ride Video (June 2009)
Over six months ago, I completed my largest MOC to date: a 45,000 brick Lego model railroad. Three days after I ...
European Freight Wagon (December 2002/November 2009)
This small freight car is my first completely scratchbuilt piece of rolling stock. It was built o...
Rick Wakeman Vignette with Music (November 2009)
A vignette of (in my opinion) the greatest rock keyboardist of all time: Rick Wakeman. Wakeman served...
Nye Junction, NV (October 2009)
A microfig representation of the small (fictional) town of Nye Junction, Nevada (circa 1937). The town, once a silver ...
ZNAP C-14 Troop Transporter (April 2001)
Here it is... apparently the largest (and only) ZNAP creation on MOCpages. It also holds the unusual distinct...
La Palma Island Pirate Outpost (October 2009)
This here is La Palma Island, a tiny speck of land in the middle of the Carribean. The island has been i...
Westwood City 1.1 (August 2009)
These are a few more pictures of my newest Lego Train Layout, which was completed on June 27, 2009. For more pictures,...
A-117 Deep Sea Submarine (August 2009)
This is a Class A-117 Deep Sea Submarine, which is used exclusively for scientific exploration. This class of s...
O. Winston Link Tribute (August 2009)
I wanted to try my hand at night photography on my Lego Train Layout. The result? Complete and utter failure.
Amtrak Bus (August 2003)
This is one of the most innovative of my early creations. It was built in 2003, when I had been playing with Lego for about f...
Westwood Train Layout 1.0 (June 2009)
After some seven months of off-and-on construction (December 2008 to June 2009), HERE IT IS! Westwood City (form...
Stabler Heights Bridge (March 2009)
This is the lift-out bridge on my soon-to-be-finished Lego Train Layout. It is named after former Oakland Raiders ...
Pink Floyd Sig Figs (May 2009)
Here is my minifigure representation of one of the greatest rock bands of all time, Pink Floyd. While this is not a gre...
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