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  3. Rescue 423

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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. here are some standalone renders. I am having a lot of fun with some new found settings lol.
    4 points
  3. Just a few things to touch up, and then besides the expansion I’ll have the “finished” city I’ve wanted for so long! I’m thinking I’ll turn the red 3 story building into a hospital, instead of filling the space next to it with another building I’ll put an ambulance area or something there. Then I have to finish off the area where I have construction, and it’s pretty much done. I’ll post pics in a new album in the gallery in a few hours.
    4 points
  4. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    The SBPD does have a small fleet of 2016 Ford explorers which it gives to supervisors (for all the extra paperwork they carry) and to Field training officers (as they are the only 2-crewed officers and need the extra space). This particular one is decalled up to be a supervisor for the 7th division. Once again the base model for this car is @ Svens, not mine but the decals are custom. I personally really think I captured the LAPD look on this thing. Unmarked versions of these cars are also given to captains as take-home vehicles.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  5. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    Played around with some decals for @ Josh crown vic to fit my new department (SBPD) and here's my result. I think they look really good. Also made some really easy changes so it can fit a minifig. Thinking of adding those rear bumper stickers often see on LAPD cars (seen in this link: bumper stickers) What do you think?

    © Rescue 423 2021

    4 points
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. @Rescue 423You were right, 5 story was a good idea. looks perfect! I think this is the final build. Thanks guys for all the suggestions! no idea what is going on with the yellow bricks in this render but it looks cool anyway. I have a few more on the way!
    3 points
  9. Shoulda done this months ago, but I just thought of it now 😂
    3 points
  10. 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
  11. Too many planned rigs, but not enough time and money #StoryOfMyLife
    3 points
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. Added a few more buildings because why not lol.
    3 points
  15. Main street render with maps of the new setup! some changes suggested by @Joshua B have been implemented and they look great!
    3 points
  16. 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
  17. From the album: Algonquin Fire Department

    Left or right? 🤔

    © 2021 Joshua B

    2 points
  18. From the album: City of Algonquin

    This is my favorite pic of it. you can see the completed new waterfront area, the main intersection, some townhouses, the 3 story buildings on the corner, and some of the dept shops. Looks nice and busy with the vehicles (even if I forget to take the cop cars off the sidewalks lol), just need to add in some minifigs!
    2 points
  19. From the album: City of Algonquin

    Looking down Algonquin road, the department shops are visible along with the WIP 7-wide Truck 1.
    2 points
  20. From the album: City of Algonquin

    Overview of the layout. Remember this is supposed to be only a small piece of Algonquin, not the whole shebang.
    2 points
  21. From the album: City of Algonquin

    Inspired by a local town, after the intersection Main St turns to Government Road, and curves to pass behind the dept shops. there's a short rocky cliff, at the top of which there will be an expansion eventually, and there are a bunch of construction workers standing around where I need to fix said cliff... lol. Behind the department shops you can see a 6x6 brush truck and Squad 2, waiting for new lighting after their clear lights were pilfered for other projects.
    2 points
  22. From the album: City of Algonquin

    This is the downtown part, with some modular style 3-story buildings, including Algonquin Fire Department Station 1, which has all the wrong rigs in it lol
    2 points
  23. From the album: City of Algonquin

    View from the edge of the layout looking down Main Street, which turns in to Government Rd after the intersection. A chapel and small townhouses are to the left, with a row of modular style buildings to the right. Ideally most of them would get replaced with more detailed buildings, either sets or just better ones I make. We'll see.
    2 points
  24. From the album: City of Algonquin

    This is one of MARS (Medical Assistance and Rescue Service) stations, it houses one BLS and one ALS medic. The supervisor is parked out front here, successfully blocking both bays lol. I'll have to make a MARS album and post more pics of this eventually.
    2 points
  25. My city has fallen into a state of disrepair over the last couple months... Of course as seen in my last status update, the wrecked house and boathouse have been taken out (although now they're just sitting in the road lol), but I have to do some cleanup. the 32 stud wide raised expansion on the end is supposed to be very lush and green private property, I'm thinking with a 2 track and cabin, but first I need to pitch the hunk of a table I have and build one that actually lines up with the top of the short cliff. Before I lost inspiration, I had just almost finished a huge re-lands
    2 points
  26. Skip the bumper stickers IMO. Just needs to be updated with the changes the other Josh made!
    2 points
  27. Any ideas on what color to use for these top floors? I'm thinking white will look the best but I am not sure. Oh, and full interior or just the facade?
    2 points
  28. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    Elm Ave (pictured) is the northernmost street in the 7th Division and serves as the Northern border. The section of the street is relatively short and runs half the width of the division, but don't let the size confuse you, this division is one of the busiest and most dangerous in the city. Along the North-East border of the division is the 7th Division station, the modular police station. Next to that is an electronics shop/apartment building, with barred windows and (like every other business in the division, no matter what they sold) a panic button. Next comes the Elm Ave monorail and

    © Rescue 423 2021

    2 points
  29. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    These are the different modular sections of the Monorail track, all are interchangeable, and all with different small details. To the left = 8x32 standard strech Middle = 8x16 standard strech To the right = 8x32 station stretch (with passage underneath and stop markings on th3e rails). What do you think?
    2 points
  30. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    This custom bus design serves all of the citizens of San Brickardo, This particular bus, a Wolf Industries Model 1 is all suited up to serve the #3 route, the route that travels thru the Elm Ave area. This bus is fully custom and electric, is powered by electricity it receives in the depot as well as solar panels on its roof. It carries 7 people as well as 1 driver, and either a wheelchair or a stroller. The bus features the transit board's color scheme, dark red with either light grey, white or black.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    2 points
  31. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The only real difference visible from this angle is the safety doors which stop people jumping off the platform. they do function, and slide up on rails when the monorail is in place.

    © Rescue 423 2021

    2 points
  32. Thanks tons! Curves terrify me at this point lol but I'll keep experimenting.
    2 points
  33. Very cool, although curves will be a problem 😂
    2 points
  34. Needed some inspiration for a corner dunkin to put on main street, so I did some hunting...low and behold, found one in downtown Boston! Got the simple yet noticeable Boston style of architecture. This is gonna be a fun build I think! I would also like to stop and appreciate the fact there is not a spec of trash on this street. Google maps street view link if you want to take a look around: https://www.google.com/maps/@42.3591892,-71.0546867,3a,90y,213.12h,115.83t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s0uBpGZQdo6_M6_acdl7S9A!2e0!6shttps:%2F%2Fstreetviewpixels-pa.googleapis.com%2Fv1%2Fthumbnail%3F
    2 points
  35. 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
    2 points
  36. 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
    2 points
  37. 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
    2 points
  38. Ok MORE progress on San brickardo to announce. Just finished the bus design and transit supervisor. Almost done one of the main roads, once I'm done I'll mass post everything lol. Should be some time this weekend.
    2 points
  39. Looks good! I like the roads integration with the bridge/ SNOT parking lot. Surprisingly smooth!
    1 point
  40. Agreed. I’m still figuring out the front end, I think I might make the grille stick out a tad.
    1 point
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  42. Thanks so much my friend 😉 It isn't that simple tbh because its a three wide grill in a six wide front. Was quite a challenge. But what tickles me now is the jumper plate comin off on the pic XD Thank you very much for your kind words. Thank you very much Joshua. Really enjoyed designing it.
    1 point
  43. I'm in love with this rig. Does anyone have a good design for a bumper monitor for a fire engine (not brush truck)
    1 point
  44. I'm not sure if they're the same size as the plates with rails you used on the track, but you might be able to use flex tube 🤔
    1 point
  45. They work great on the monorail, but not here. It's worth giving it another try IMO
    1 point
  46. 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
    1 point
  47. 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.
    1 point
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