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.
To be honest, I don’t know how many of you actually do enjoy microscale MOCs (or deviations thereof) – but I really can’t see how anyone could not love this.
Rakanishu1024 has actually done what TLG have failed to achieve for decades – and has built a proper, 100% realistic airport. Considering the size of this build, it’s no wonder he’s used micropolis scale, and he’s also made sure not to compromise quality one single bit. Just look at those terminals and the lighting!
Kudos to Andrew for sharing over on The Brothers Brick.
Long time no vig. Although this one isn’t exactly a vignette per se. Which doesn’t make it any less adorable.
>Saint< on flickr sends this here minifig on a journey to where saints’ stamping grounds are supposed to be.
And since we’re on the subject of dirigibles anyway – here’s another flying beaut by j¤nesy.
Heaven, I’m in heaven… And there’s stuff around me that goes *putt putt putt*…
Some of you might have noticed that I’ve broken my habit of not blogging any reviews… And I thought since that’s done anyway, why not make the best out of it – and bring you a wonderful review of a new City set from the 2011 line-up by Eurobricks’ top sheriff and C-T luminary, TheBrickster.
With legendary orbiter Discovery having just completed its very last journey to outer space successfully, this one couldn’t have come at a better time. Go ahead and check out whether LEGO have done a proper job of honouring her (and her fellow space shuttles) with what could be the last official brick model of this kind.
Two minifigs who rose to some fame in the 80s set out on yet another city tour filled with mishaps and bricky situations. Fortunately, it all ends nicely with an “Up, up and away” frame. Eurobricks newcomer Michael S makes it almost too real-life for those of you who are sick of the hassle commonly associated with civil aviation. Those of you who are still fascinated by all things “air” though would surely drool at the sight of an airport of such dimensions.
Are you a fan of LEGO helicopter and/or aircraft transportation sets? If so, you might be interested in this brief article on the history and action of Aircraft Transportation sets in your Cities and Towns.