Pictures from an Amusement Park I built for a mid-2000’s NCLTC train show but it also appeared at LEGO Palooza in Chapel Hill on several occasions. Originally it was just two rides. The amusement park sits on four 64×64 baseplates in a 2×2 pattern.
I spent a lot of time on the “Spider” ride getting the arms to go up and down as the ride turned. The Carousel was loosely modeled after something I saw in a LEGO publication. My brother-in-law built most of the little stands you can see along the side, the dunking booth in particular was well done and always got lots of comments.
Wow this is truly amazing! I’ve never seen a themed amusement park before especially not a bespoke one and I love it. The rides look absolutely brilliant, must have taken weeks of work to put together, what an amazing achievement! The detail on the rides is incredible. I love Lego, always something for everyone.
That is a great MOC.
Amusement parks is the LEGO holy grail IMHO. I like many wish LEGO would put out a decent roller coaster set(s). And the LEGO friends one doesn’t count.
Imagine the play-a-bility for a decent rollercoaster.
Very cool collection of sets. Saw something similar at a local exhibition – the level of detail always amazes me!
Thats a lot of man (or woman) hours there!