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World Trade Center, New York . Model completed in 2002. Version 2 updated in 2005. . This model is approximately 1/650th scale. The towers were completed on December 14th, 2001 and the plaza and smaller buildings were added in early 2002. Some construction details of the original version of the model as well and the large quantity of parts used can be found here. The towers are slightly over 25 inches tall. In late 2004, I updated the model to Version 2 by enlarging the base, revising the rooftop details, and redesigning the supporting buildings and plaza. Brickshelf Gallery 38 Photos on Brickshelf.com Digital Models Download an LDraw model of the original Version 1 plaza and towers Download a LEGO Digital Designer model of the towers created by Rocco Buttliere Download a parts list for 1 & 2 WTC (towers) Download a parts list for the WTC plaza Download a parts list for 3 WTC (Marriott Hotel) Download a parts list for 7 WTC See Other Versions Of This Design Created By: Eric Warren Joe Beresford R.H. Rocco Buttliere A overview of the model which contains all seven original World Trade Center buildings. The model sits on four 10inch square green baseplates. Included on the far right is a model of the forty seven story 7 World Trade Center. A close up of the tops of the towers. The offset effect of the tile grilles is accomplished by spacing the vertical columns of grilles with headlamp bricks turned sideways relative to the columns. The height of a brick is 6/5 that of a stud. Hence a tile grille mounted sideways on a headlamp brick represents three evenly spaced "columns" and three windows. Austin J. Tobin plaza at the base of the towers. Included is a representation of Fritz Koenig's golden sculpture "The Sphere". 3 World Trade Center, a twenty two story hotel operated by Marriott is nestled between the two towers. A view of 5 World Trade Center from what would be the corner of Vesey and Church. Another view of the plaza showing the outdoor stage at the foot of 1 World Trade Center on the right.


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