Eurobricks member, Klaus Dieter has completed his very own winter retail outlet which is similar to the 10199 Winter Toy Store but it’s not completely identical since this outlet does not sell toys to the children. Instead, this lovely retail outlet sells bakery products and is now known as Winter Bakery.
There is also a stand selling Christmas tree right at the side of the bakery. If you ever need to buy cakes, croissants and Christmas trees, you know where the place to shop.
With Christmas season just around the corner, everyone seemed to be in the mood of celebrating Christmas. Right in the heart of this small peaceful loving Winter Village, joy and laughter can be seen altogether right from the Town Square to the Norman Church down to the Train station. Sit down and enjoy this beautiful Christmas celebration scene which was put together by Eurobricks member, brickzone and his family members.
Seeing brickzone’s mum and his brother, Talin Agasin sitting down together as a family simply warms my heart when they put all the buildings together as one.
Normally, I couldn’t want to feature a review that has been done twice, but in this case, Eurobricks Licensed Regulator aka Master Reviewer, Svelte has presented his very own 10199 Winter Toy Shop review with his incredible in-depth writing and beautiful pictures reminding ourselves that Christmas is just around the corner.
Find out yourself and decide whether if this set is destined to be treasure trove for parts or a legendary Christmas Classic in years to come.
10199 Winter Toy Shop
Thanks to Eurobricks Knight and Reviewers Academy teacher, Cardinal Brick for sharing with us an exclusive anticipating Christmas set review this year. The 10199 Winter Toy Shop is indeed first of its kind which has great exciting town minifigs to complement the Christmas spirit, filled with lots of beautiful Christmas gifts such as teddy bear, toy train and jack-in-a-box. Even the shop layout is impressive. With such a set to buy with, this is one great Christmas to start with.
10199 Winter Toy Shop
For those of you not on the LEGO SAH Email list, LEGO has released its new Winter Toy Shop, set #10199, now available in the U.S.
To see the set and read the details, click HERE.
Classic-Town.net is proud to announce the winners of the Sidelines Scenes Contest. As there were eight entries to the contest that were all excellent, three virtual EB medals are being awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners.
The first place winner of the contest is… (drum roll please)… Dennimator with 10 out of 42 votes. The second place winner is Guss with 9 votes. And the third place winner with 8 votes is EB member Eti. What a fantastic set of sideline scenes! All of the participants of this contest deserve a big round of applause!
Thank you all participating and/or following the ”almost live” coverage of Snow Box Derby 2008. I hope you have enjoyed the contest and I hope to see you again next year on the slopes. If you wish to congratulate the winners and/or discuss the contest, you may do so here.
At the base of the slope, 16 contestants and their snow boxes pass the finish line. One favorite EB Admin unfortunately stepped on some thin ice watching from the sidelines. Luckily, he was quickly pulled out by some of the other fans.
After a very close race with outstanding snow boxes, Eurobricks’ members voted for their favorite snow box entry and their favorite team. With exclusive Snow Box Derby 2008 coverage, Classic.Town-net is proud to announce the winners of this year’s event:
The first place winner, winning 13 gold medals is EB Champion, Mr. Mandalorian with his entry, Basilisk Snow Droid. The second place winner, winning 8 silver medals is Sir Nadroj with his creative entry, TheEconomy. And the third place winner taking 7 bronze medals is Sir Dillon with his snow box, Spike. While all of these individuals deserve a round of applause, let us not forget those that did not take home a metal today, but gave the Snow Box Derby their all by building fantastic snow boxes.
Winning by just one vote over the Pirate Team, Team America is our winning team taking home 18 medals. It is a proud day for Sir Nadroj and Erdbeereis1, and all of the winners of this exciting Eurobricks Winter Event. Thank you all for participating and we look forward to next years event.
NOTE: The winner of the Sideline Scenes Contest will be announced tomorrow. I hope you’ve all enjoyed the contest. You can also congratulate the winners and discuss the contest HERE.
Late Breaking News from Classic.Town.net! It appears that one member of the French Team has in fact entered the race at this late hour. Proudly flying the “Tricolor”, the Snow Box is being lifted toward the EB snow hill by Jipay and his crew of scurvy pirates. The sound of the French National Anthem (La Marseillaise) can be heard from the distance as Jipay sees visions of the Arc De Triophe and Tour Eiffel in his head.
It is a proud moment for the French, but will this late start cost them the race?
The Build & Decorate a Train Car Contest has now ended. Vote for your favorite festive Train Car HERE. Voting ends Monday evening, 12/29/08.
There’s been eight outstanding entries in the Sideline Scenes contest. Which scene do you like the best? Vote for your favorite HERE.