See all the vignettes in the Special Themes forum on Eurobricks.
Classic-Town.net and Eurobricks invite you to create your own addition to the popular modular building subtheme that TLG has presented throughout the last five years.
Since 2007, LEGO has released a large modular-style building in the exclusives range every year. These have been extremely popular with both AFOLs and children alike, and it is now time for you to build your own addition to the modular street!
Yatkuu gives us a first look at the 2012 Airline promotional set 4442 Glider.
More pictures in the Eurobricks Town forum.
Thanks to Eurobricks member eiker86, we have pictures of what appears to be the rumoured 4207 Car Park.
Also pictured is what could well be this year’s an airline exclusive set.
Discuss in the Eurobrick Town forum.
Another amazing review by Reviewers Academy teacher Rufus of one of the civilian vehicles the 2012 LEGO City lineup has to offer.
Check out the bright-green goodness in the Eurobricks Town forum.
Go to the Eurobricks Town forum to see all the winning entries and to congratulate Dix, tatertots, dede_la_fee and the other winners.
After the success of the first Expand the Winter Village contest, the second edition is equally successful with 32 qualifying entries to choose from. Thanks to everyone who entered! There will be prizes for the 10 (yes, 10!) entries with the highest number of votes and there may even be a few prizes available for the voters. So head over to the Eurobricks Town forum make your vote count!
Deadline January 30!
Classic-Town.net and Eurobricks invite you to create your own addition to the popular winter village subtheme that TLG has presented during the holiday season for the past three years.
So far, TLG has provided us with three places to visit, a lovely Winter Toy Shop, an equally inviting Winter Bakery and this year’s new Post Office, but wouldn’t it be nice to have an even larger Winter Village full of festive fun?
Well, now you can, by expanding the theme with your own Winter inspired creation!
With all those new Friends sets being reviewed, you’d almost forget there’s also a new wave of City sets coming out in 2012. And it’s not just police and fire sets this year, as LEGO introduces a line of five civilian-oriented vehicles sets. Reviewers Academy teacher Rufus reviews one of them, 4435 Car and Caravan.
Check out the review on Eurobricks.