In real life, I've been a volunteer firefighter, a 9-1-1 dispatcher, and an ambulance driver. I continue to work with the emergency service groups in my community as a Ham Radio communicator. It was only natural that I would collect some of the RSQ911 and other crisis-related Town models. An extension of this collecting was to build up other projects, including one of my Big Projects; Fire Station One. My fire station project took more than a year to finish, and was developed over three phases;
Prior to the work on the fire station, I was collecting many of the fire and police models, and trying to find instructions for earlier fire and rescue sets. The images below are about 2+ years old now, and show most of my own models, mixed with the LEGO kits.
These pages are NOT sponsored or endorsed by the LEGO companies.
They are the creation of an enthusiast of LEGO bricks.
The official LEGO home page is www.lego.com.
(The LEGO companies have their own pages. This page is mine. :-)
K. Z. Harris, N6UOW
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