Soldiers (Blue Coats) MOCs

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Soldiers (Blue Coats)FortsSet Remake

“Lagoon Lock-Up Remake” by Master0889

Remember that nice little tavern down by the lagoon? The one with the lockup right next door… should any scallywags become rowdy and need accommodation for the night. Decades later the Soldiers still frequent that fine establishment when they’re not on duty, but you’ll find its undergone a considerable amount of refurbishment.

6267 Lagoon Lockup from 1991 is a set which been reimagined dozens of times (like this), this remake was constructed by Master0889. It features all the trappings of the original but with a tan decor and utilises the modern Soldier and Pirate minifigs… oh and modern animals too!  Because you know how blasted seagulls gather when they sense a morsel of food might be on offer.

Out the front of the Lagoon Lockup Remake

The gulls are hoping someone can spare them some fries

Master0889 writes:

Hello Pirates Fans!

I wanted to show you my latest project – Lagoon Lock-Up Remake. What do you think about it?

Lagoon Lockup from the right side

The gardener has reduced work hours so you’ll notice the place has a lot more greenery now.

A Soldier Aprehends a Pirate

What’s he doing up there? Don’t try to get past security!

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Perhaps you were just a twinkle in your parents’… or even grandparents’ eye when the original Lagoon Lockup was released in 1991.  It was the medium-sized blue coat Soldier set, between 6265 Sabre Island and 6276 Eldorado Fortress which sat around the $30-$50 price point (depending upon region and currency). It contained 187 pieces and 5 minifigures. A notable inclusion is the red striped sail which only appeared in this set. It was discontinued after 1993 and was superseded in 1995 (the Indigo Islanders stole the scene in 1994) by the red coat Imperial Guard set,  6263 Imperial Outpost.

Box Art Scan of 6267 Lagoon Lockup (Front)

Photo of the original box art of 6267 Lagoon Lockup taken by Boomchil

If you’re interested in learning more about Lagoon Lockup read the comprehensive review in the LEGO Pirates Forum.  It has a wealth of information and photos of box the set and glorious box art.

Box Art Scan of 6267 Lagoon Lockup (Back)

In the old days they used to put alternate builds on the back of every box

About the Builder…

Master0889 is an occasional contributor to the LEGO Pirates Forum on Eurobricks… maybe not occasional enough but we’ll take what we can get!?

You can check out more of his great builds on his LEGO Ideas profiles and if you really like them, stop by his Flickr profile. You’ll be glad you did!


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