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  1. From the album: Huntington Brick Fire Department

    Truck 6 is a 2019 Pierce Velocity, it was previously a Arrow XT and was upgraded a couple months ago. Truck 6 is housed at Station 6 along with E-6, R-6, and HAZ-6. I’ve been away awhile and now trying to remake my folder of all my rigs.
    7 points
  2. From the album: Real Life FD Apparatus

    Just waiting for the chrome parts to arrive ;)
    6 points
  3. From the album: Sarcity

    Middletown Engine 9-1 is a 2011 KME Predator Panther with a 2000 GPM pump and a 750 gal water tank. Middle town is a joint department run by myself and a few other people from the Instagram LFC. this department has 11 stations as well as a fire academy and township special operations stations.
    5 points
  4. From the album: R.M of maple

    This is 1 of 8 range tenders I plan on building for the military base in the mutual aid district. It's a 2008 International 7400 4x4/Fort Garry with a 130 GPM pump, 1000 Gallon water tank, and 25 gallons of foam. the job of this truck is to patrol the artillery training range to look for brush fires, they also provide mutual aid as pumpers and brush trucks to the surrounding departments. i plan on adding the drive change to the underside of the truck at some point. Refenence image: https://www.firefightingincanada.com/images/stories/IMAGES/BrigadeNews/2011/August/img_3268.jpg
    5 points
  5. From the album: Sarcity

    The full fleet for Middletown station 9. Left to Right: Satellite 9: 2014 F-550/Knapheide/First Priority. This truck has a big deck on it as well as extra 5-inch hose to deliver big water at big fires. Engine 9-2: 1999 Seagrave Marauder 750/2000. This is the second due engine to all fire calls but first due to water rescues as station 9 is located on a peninsula between 2 rivers heading towards the Atlantic ocean. Engine 9-1: 2011 KME Predator Panther 750/2000. this is the first due engines to all fire and non water related rescue calls.
    4 points
  6. From the album: Los Angelego County Area Fire Departments

    #QualityImpersonatedHashtagDuplicated Los Angelego County Fire Department has placed this Seagrave Capitol triple combination engine in service as Engine 43. This apparatus will be housed alongside Squad 43 and Engine 343. Engine 43 also showcases the 2021 LAcoFD triple combination spec, which is based off the real LAcoFD engines. Features such as the side mounted ground ladders, trash hook, pike pole, and hard suction were crucial elements that I wanted on this rig and I was glad to be able to fit all of them all while keeping the functional compartments and the working hosebed covers. Te
    4 points
  7. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    The newest addition to the fleet is a critical care ambulance. This critical care ambulance is exactly the same as the standard ALS ambulance (except it has the extra stud behind the cab that @Joshua B suggested I add, which has been implemented in critical care and standard ambulances). In terms of decals, this van features the normal stuff as well as red striping, and a red cab roof to signal to helicopter it is a critical care ambulance. Just like the standard one it can hold 2 paramedics (wearing red critical care uniforms) and 1 patient, but it only responds code 3 to calls which are

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  8. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    Another brand new Parkview Medical Center vehicle looking amazing in this livery! This one is a supervisor car, based off a 2016 Ford Explorer. This vehicle holds 1 person (the shift supervisor) and responds to calls with any of the following vehicles in attendance: -4 or more ambulances -at least 1 critical care ambulance - at least 1 specialized unit -a homicide after being under the care of a Parkview paramedic -A situation where a paramedic was inured or an ambulance was damaged -a situation where a party wants to file a complaint against the an employee.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  9. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    Today I present to you another MOC for the fictional city of San Brickardo. This one is for one of the cities larger hospitals. This ambulance is based on a Ford F3509 cab with a custom built rear box. The ambulance uses the free downloadable battalion chief unit 𝐚𝐬 𝐛𝐚𝐬𝐞 for the 5 wide cab, but everything else is custom. The decals are all custom made, and I think they look pretty good (I know the shade is lighter than the actual lime green color, but I think it gives it that see-in-the-dark/reflective look that many ambulances have. It holds 1 person in the cab and 1 person in the b

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  10. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    The interior of the rear can be accessed via two ways. The first way is a side door to the left of the paramedic seat. The second way is the two large opening doors at the back. The ambulance holds simple equipment, like a needle and IV bag, defib, stretcher that can actually fit thru the back doors and some paperwork. The defib print and paperwork print are custom, and I think they look amazing. The exterior cabinet holding the general EMS bag can also be accessed from inside the ambulance.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  11. From the album: Castle Beach Fire Department

    Castle Beach Fire Dept. has taken delivery of this brand new Seagrave Marauder II aerial. Truck 1 is one of three frontline Seagrave TDAs. The other two are at Station 5 (2018 Seagrave MII) and Station 7 (2020 Seagrave Capitol). In keeping with tradition, this apparatus is a tractor drawn aerial, meaning that there are two drivers for this fire truck. Unlike fire engines, this rig does not have a pump or water tank. Like many of the newer rigs, Truck 1 has chevrons on the bumper to aid with visibility. Additional warning systems include the two sirens, air horns, and multiple light
    4 points
  12. From the album: Brick elum volunteer fire department

    this is engine 1 of brick elum vfd. It is a 2020 spartan erv s180 pumper. Credit for the spartan front goes to @Joshua B. Based off of cle elums spartan engine
    4 points
  13. From the album: Josh's Digital

    @west_coastlegofire on instagram told me about this new "luminous" feature, where bricks can light up in a studio render. here is a test!
    4 points
  14. From the album: Castle Beach Fire Department

    PRESS RELEASE: Early this morning, Engine 3 suffered a catastrophic engine failure while crews were headed to the training center. Firefighters noticed smoke emanating from the engine and decided to pull over. All the crew was able to exit the apparatus safely and tried to get as much equipment off the vehicle as time allowed. Additional resources took some time to arrive as the department had been fighting 2 greater alarm fires simultaneously. By the time crews arrived, much of the cab had been burned, but thanks to the crew of Engine 3, the rest of the apparatus was salvaged. Engine 501 will
    4 points
  15. From the album: Castle Beach Fire Department

    The first apparatus to be added after the Dunceton merger is this 2004 Sutphen Imperial and has been relabeled as Engine 3, which replaces a 1995 Spartan/3D engine. Unique to the department, Engine 3 is the only Sutphen in the fleet and continues to serve the Dunceton area along with Light Force 3. Technical specs: 2004 Sutphen Imperial B&M Super Chief siren Motorola Spectra siren Grover air horns Code 3 lighting Waterous 1500 gpm two-stage pump 500 gal water 50 gal Class A foam 50 gal Class B foam 2000 gpm TFT Monsoon 750' of 4" LDH 750' of 2.5" attack hose 400' of 1.75" attack hose
    4 points
  16. From the album: Josh's Police Stuff

    Quick little collage I put together to show a comparison of my oldest F150 vs my latest.
    4 points
  17. From the album: Castle Beach Fire Department

    Castle Beach Fire Department is proud to announce that the merger between Dunceton and Castle Beach has officially taken place! As of 1300 hrs on 03/27/21, Castle Beach Fire Department will take over emergency services for the city of Dunceton. Former members of DFD are in the process of being transitioned to CBFD, and apparatus (one engine and one battalion chief) are being re-numbered by the shop mechanics. More photos to come! #QualityImpersonatedHashtagDuplicated #OftenImitatedNeverDuplicated
    4 points
  18. From the album: Blockburg Fire & Rescue

    Tanker 3 Pre-Decals. T3 just returned in March of 2020 from getting a new paint job, rebuilt motor and pump, and lighting upgrades to serve the community for several more years. 1990 Mack R/ New Lexington 500 GPM Pump 2000 Gallon Water Tank
    4 points
  19. From the album: Lego Emergency Magazine

    We are happy to bring you this brand new issue of the Lego Emergency Magazine! This issue features tutorials by @Joshua B , a Q&A with @ Josh, 4 brand new incidents from around the LFC, edited by @Sarcityfd. As well as a brand new section featuring point @Point Lego City Fire Station 1, and a MOC Showcase section featuring builds from @ Michael P and @ Sven. All for free available to read at the link below: https://www.flipsnack.com/LegoEmergencyMagazine/lego-emergency-magazine-issue-2.html More info about the magazine: www.legoemergencymagazine.weebly.com Enjoy!

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  20. From the album: Blockburg Fire & Rescue

    Tanker 3 Pre-Decals. T3 just returned in March of 2020 from getting a new paint job, rebuilt motor and pump, and lighting upgrades to serve the community for several more years. 1990 Mack R/ New Lexington 500 GPM Pump 2000 Gallon Water Tank
    4 points
  21. From the album: Los Angelego County Area Fire Departments

    #TechnicalRescueThursday features several heavy rescue apparatus from the Los Angelego Metro area. Departments represented: Brickadia Fire and Rescue, Mt. Studstown Fire Dept, Castle Beach Fire Dept, and Pasalego Fire Dept. #QualityImpersonatedHashtagDuplicated #OftenImitatedNeverDuplicated
    4 points
  22. Shoulda done this months ago, but I just thought of it now 😂
    3 points
  23. Here is the first floor of the new dunkin/apartments. Birch tree, bench, and lamp post outside, and a full featured interior for dunkin.
    3 points
  24. Too many planned rigs, but not enough time and money #StoryOfMyLife
    3 points
  25. From the album: Los Angelego County Area Fire Departments

    #QualityImpersonatedHashtagDuplicated Los Angelego County Fire Department has placed this Seagrave Capitol triple combination engine in service as Engine 43. This apparatus will be housed alongside Squad 43 and Engine 343. Engine 43 also showcases the 2021 LAcoFD triple combination spec, which is based off the real LAcoFD engines. Features such as the side mounted ground ladders, trash hook, pike pole, and hard suction were crucial elements that I wanted on this rig and I was glad to be able to fit all of them all while keeping the functional compartments and the working hosebed covers. Te
    3 points
  26. From the album: Sarcity

    Engine 9-2 is the second due engine for Middletown district 9. Engine 9-2 is a 1999 Seagrave Marauder with a 750 Gal tank and a 2000 GPM pump. Reference photo: https://jsfirephotography.smugmug.com/New-Jersey-Fire-Apparatus-/Monmouth-County-Fire-Apparatus/River-Plaza-Hose-Company-Middl/i-2rwSjRm/A @Micheal P for inspiring the cab
    3 points
  27. Added a few more buildings because why not lol.
    3 points
  28. Main street render with maps of the new setup! some changes suggested by @Joshua B have been implemented and they look great!
    3 points
  29. You can blame the other @ Josh for this, after I saw his digital city I had to get my hands on some bricks 😂 Here's some before and after action on this part of the more rural half of my city. I've always struggled with this area, at first I had a beach, then I wanted it like a bay with a fire department boat house, but nothing ever looked right. Sometimes when you leave something for 2 months and then come back to it, it all comes together real nice, and that's what happened here 😂 I remembered seeing a couple of city threads on Eurobricks, and with that in mind I thought I'd try a sort
    3 points
  30. playing around with some more interior renders. this one looks pretty good I think. Executive Board Room for the Board of Selectmen.
    3 points
  31. well, while I work out the roof and sidewalk, here is an interior shot of the main entrance hallway, looking towards the executive board room. sorry for the crappy lighting, I am experimenting with different fields of view and lighting.
    3 points
  32. Well, here is the town hall, not sure about the roof just yet but it looks OK for now. Edit: interior pictures coming soon!
    3 points
  33. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    This vehicle is part of Parkview's Non-urgent patient and organ transport service, as indicated by the light blue addition to the color scheme. These vehicles transport patients from nursing homes/homes to hospitals and hospitals to hospitals. They rarely go code 3, and are equipped with only small light bar. The van is based off a Fiat Ducato and can hold 1 driver as well as 1 patient in a stretcher or hospital bed, or 2 wheelchairs. The vehicle is all custom built by me with inspiration going to images online.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    3 points
  34. Finished the meeting room. This will be used for the Board of Selectmen, who are the executive body of the town.
    3 points
  35. Upstairs/office area hallway update:
    3 points
  36. Got in the mood to do some buildings, so I figured I would start finishing my town hall! Here is a quick little before and after of some interior work. I am trying to hide as much of the SNOT work as possible, I am definitely really happy with this! Before... After...
    3 points
  37. So for my new fleet I'm thinking of just doing whatever. I've been so focused on fleet structure that I forgot its just Legos so I'm just gonna build what I like
    3 points
  38. From the album: Castle Beach Fire Department

    The ladder can also go below grade for cliff rescues.
    3 points
  39. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    So after adjusting @ Josh model I was able to get the crown VIC to hold a minifig with the tiniest bit of equipment. Will keep trying to get a full rifle in the back there lol. Opinions?

    © Rescue 423 2021

    3 points
  40. here's some finds from this weekend. On Friday I went to my local dollar tree and picked up a few hot wheels and matchbox cars. There pretty cool but don't have as much detail as greenlights do. For Easter I got a few greenlights from my grandma. I love the 2020 Ford utility in the New Jersey state police deco. The old tow truck and taxi are pretty cool.
    3 points
  41. Kindly see the accompanied poll. That is all.
    3 points
  42. Got this cool f350 dually pickup from my parents. Pretty sweet. I also got uncle Eddie's rv from national lampoon Christmas vacation. My favorite Christmas movie. I put in a pic from the movie of the real rv
    3 points
  43. Couple of designs for a more universal BCFR Engine Spec. Some inspiration from Boston but with my own modifications. Optimized for LEDs and strength.
    3 points
  44. From the album: WIP

    3 points
  45. Need some pricing help, I want to price them fairly but also economically, what do you guys think of this?
    3 points
  46. From the album: Blockburg Fire & Rescue

    Tanker 3 Pre-Decals. T3 just returned in March of 2020 from getting a new paint job, rebuilt motor and pump, and lighting upgrades to serve the community for several more years. 1990 Mack R/ New Lexington 500 GPM Pump 2000 Gallon Water Tank
    3 points
  47. I made a few changes to this GL Ram 3500 to set it up as towing rig; wheel swap, added tow hooks under the front bumper, 4” straight pipe to a 6” tip (because it’s not lifted there’s not a lot of room down there, so I only did the end of it), cut the peg off a GL gooseneck hitch and replaced it with a ball and then glued the hitch to the bed, and replaced a broken tow mirror. Thought about adding a couple of CB antennas, but I don’t think that would fit in too well. Now if only I could get some 3D printed tow mirrors that are flipped up for less then $20.... 🙄
    3 points
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