BayLUG display at Stoneridge LEGO Store

Today I met with other members of [tag]BayLUG[/tag] to set up a new display at the Stoneridge mall [tag]LEGO[/tag] store in Pleasanton, CA. We had a display there for the past month with a Christmas theme, but I wasn’t involved in that. The new theme is miniature models of [tag]San Francisco landmarks[/tag]: I made [tag]Transamerica Pyramid[/tag] and [tag]Lombard Street[/tag] models, which are now on display along with a Coit Tower model from Russell Clark and a waterfront scene by Paul Sinasohn that included a tall ship and the car ferry Sausalito.

My wife Holly took photos of the event and put them on Flickr. UPDATE 21-Feb-2006: Photos also now available on Brickshelf.

Lombard Street

Transamerica Pyramid

3 thoughts on “BayLUG display at Stoneridge LEGO Store”

  1. I was wodering about the lego store in stone ridge mall,has it been closed down or are they redoing the place becuase i went there yesterday and it was blocked off and i came a hour and a half to go there and i was scared that they took it down can you please email me back if they took it down or not i loved going there and getting the sepperate pieces.I went there on august 15th 06.

  2. Sorry to say, but it is closed permanently. It wasn’t making enough money, it sems. But there are still LEGO stores just like it in San Mateo (Hillsdale Mall) and Santa Clara (Valley Fair Mall). Our club’s display is now in the Valley Fair Mall store.

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