Her Majesty's Submersible Atlantica

The first submersible vessel to cross the Atlantic without recourse to surface passage, the Atlantica became a potent symbol of Imperial naval power.


Visit www.empireofsteam.blogspot.com for the full stories behind this and many more constructions of the Imperial Era often referred to as the Steampunk Age.

  • Carl Pearce 3y

    Brilliant homage to the Nautilus.
  • Cameron 3y

    Reminds me a lot of the Nautilus from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
  • Niek Geurts 3y

    WOW! very nice!
  • The Legonator 3y

  • Felix Greco 3y

    I love this.
  • Sebastian von Broen 3y

    me too. build 6862 Supermanset today (nice canopy inside) and wondered when you were posting new pics and voila ! here they are ! great work and great story behind. thx for your research.
  • GaseousCosine 3y

    NPU Much?
  • Montgomery Burns 3y

    Spectacular :)
  • SpEtSnAz0012 3y

    That's amazing
  • Becheman 3y

    Nice! Reminds me of the "evil" submarines in Stingray.
  • Rod Gillies 3y

    Cheers guys. Thanks for all your comments. Much appreciated.
  • LegoBram 3y

    Did you now that your moc stand on Google + by A Look At Lego : The MOC (My Own Creation) of the day.
  • Ark Light 3y

    B.E.A.U tifil !!!!
  • Rolling bricks 3y

  • WesternOutlaw 3y

    I've been a huge 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea fan since I was a kid who grew up with the classic Disney movies and always wanted to build a Nautilus. I tried a few times and never got a design that even came close, scrapping most of my work. This creation; however, is a beautiful rendition or "Nautilus-like" creation that has a style of its own with the shorter design. The size works well for the minifigs and I really like the use of the upside down hull pieces - very clever. The combination of dark grey and brown adds to the more classic look of the ship and I esp. like the forward bubble window design. The brown arches/curved pieces are a nice touch to create additional detail. Your image/presentation compliments this beautiful creation nicely and inspires me to try building one again. While not a "scary creation", for the mystery surrounding the movie Nautilus and belief that it was a sea creature, I invited this to the LEGO Halloween group - thanks for adding. Excellent build!
  • Rod Gillies 3y

    ^ Cheers mate. Thanks for the detailed comment - much appreciated. I too am a massive fan of the movie. I'm seriously considering building a full scale Nautilus. We'll see.
  • Carlos Soto 3y

  • Pixel-Pusher 3y

    A joyful image of an iconic memory.
  • Jamie 3y

    Reminiscent of the Mechanical fish from Stingray!
    Fab model!
  • Benjamin Corey 8mo

    Nice job!
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