06 Return to Schloss Ferkelstein

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    Return to Schloss Ferkelstein

    XX century, mid 40's. World War II is bursting Europe. Alpine castle Ferkelstein, placed deeply in the Reich, seems to be a peaceful oasis for the soldiers quartering here. Duty in the garrison is not tough, and in the spare time you can visit the 'Wild Deer' inn, placed on the market square of the nearby town – Ferkelstadt.

    In the last days the peace of this area has been disturbed however. Specialists of the enigmatic and evil SS Paranormal Division had been delegated to the castle. They brought mysterious boxes and established a digging site on the cemetery. Apparently they are working on a new Wunderwaffe – the project Übersoldat. Their scientists want to create a supersoldier who would allow Nazi to take the ultimate victory in Europe. They must be close to the success, because new guests appear in the town last days, invited for a ceremonial banquet in the castle.

    Fortunately there is someone who can thwart Nazi plans – it is an American secret agent B.J. Blazkowitz (with Polish descendance of course). He is just on his way to the castle in a cable car, dealing with another opponent. For distraction British commando unit will attack the castle from the lake side. Meanwhile a small resistance team will make some sabotage act near the castle main gate.

    The diorama was being made for 2 years. Inspirations were taken mainly from the 'Where Eagles Dare' movie and the Wolfenstein game series.

    Panzy-boe, Tsabo Tsaboc, Lego_fan, and 162 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ted @ndes 33 months ago | reply

      I concur that this scene is a masterpiece. Beautifully done.

    2. BrickCityDepot 33 months ago | reply

      so much to love about it. Every details is in place and all your hard work paid off for the end result. Great job

    3. K.Kreations 33 months ago | reply

      A stunning build that shows your amazing skills in both modern and castle building skills.

    4. Veeborg 33 months ago | reply

      This definitely took a lot of effort! Brilliant!

    5. BJ's Life 33 months ago | reply

      clicking the foto's whit my mouth fully open... its great just great...

    6. Burning Brick 33 months ago | reply

      Absolutely brilliant!

    7. Hammerstein NWC 33 months ago | reply

      Unbelievable tekkers! what a build!

    8. Ml14 Productions 33 months ago | reply

      You know that Ferkelstein in English translated Pigstone is?

    9. PigletCiamek 33 months ago | reply


      Yes : o)
      'Ferkel' means 'piglet' actually.
      There is even a piglet monument on the market square in front of the train station
      I like piglets, so I thought I could use that name for a town and a castle. In German it sounds scary enough : o) Just like many German words : o)

      Thanks!

    10. H. Eisenreich Foto 33 months ago | reply

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    11. mrsoeil 33 months ago | reply

      mind blown . . . . .

    12. Thomas Selander 33 months ago | reply

      Amazing scenary, that is a huge and brick-consuming display.....

    13. the oneman 33 months ago | reply

      Mind-blowing!!
      Czlowieku to jest porazajace! Gdzie ty to trzymasz, ile trwa twoja doba, ile masz rąk, a moze jest was wiecej? :)

    14. PigletCiamek 33 months ago | reply

      Trzymałem w kawałkach, ale teraz jest w całości w Krakowie : o)
      www.mimk.com.pl/aktualnosci/tramwajem-do-klockow-zdroju-z...

    15. 'LL' 32 months ago | reply

      Jesteś geniuszem, ale to nie ulega wątpliwości. A najlepsze są skały.

      Trzymałeś w kawałkach, ale ... jak przywiozłeś?

    16. PigletCiamek 32 months ago | reply

      Również w kawałkach.

    17. 'LL' 32 months ago | reply

      TIRa jakiegoś zamawiałeś?

    18. Pi 43 27 months ago | reply

      Congratulations. You are the Lego Pick of the Week, this week.
      thebrickinthesky.wordpress.com/2013/01/01/lpow-22/
      Please, keep doing such amazing things.

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