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LEGO City 7938: Passenger Train

LEGO City 7938: Passenger Train

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Cool, another train, it's starting to look like 1981 :) (when there were two 12V passenger trains, a 12V freight train with steam engine, a 12V steam engine, a 12V diesel engine, a 4,5V freight train and a push along passenger train with steam engine. On a solid floor it will stand up better, but on solid floor the track slides as the train goes round. The lego city red train set can be assembled and disassembled by itself, or you may need to create a bigger vehicle for your children. Train features an engine with opening cockpit and 2 passenger cars with removable roofs and space for 10 passengers.

I'm American and it's obviously European but I've spent some time 'on the Continent' and have been to many rail museums there. The train product line remains in existence from 1980 to 2003 when these trains first become part of the LEGO World City product line and then, from 2005, the LEGO City product line. The building blocks can be used in combination with other building block toys, or you can stack them on the top of each other. Depending if you like steam or electric, the choice is yours, but a 7 year old preferred the Red train. Building Techniques: How much skill do you think the creator of this MOC has, in terms of building technique?Includes 3 minifigures: train driver and 2 passengers; plus 1 traffic light, train station, 16 curved track pieces and 16 flexible track pieces that can make a curve or straightway. So it seems LEGO reacts, but that's kinda fast to respond, isn't there a lead time of about 1-2 years for new sets?

Before you check out, take a moment to check for coupons, and you'll save even more on led light kit. Following privatization a bunch were bought by a German firm (at that point it was Railion) and painted in the bright red livery. The new City port set 4645 got a conveyor belt , and it seems that the bulk cargo loading tower thing is also using it. In 2009, the LEGO Group invites a group of AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) to Billund, Denmark, to discuss the design of a new train model with LEGO designers.

I cannot say that I have studied them in any great details, but I have noted that several seem to consist of various types of flatbed with a little cabin at one or both ends and numerous bits of gubbins in the middle, usually a small crane or hydraulic platform, that kind of thing.

Well it has a red and white battery box, and what appears to be a red and white IR receiver at the back. Prior to the introduction of the wheel, brick-built trains, with wheels of bricks, appear only on boxes as an inspiration for what can be built with LEGO bricks, not as specific building sets.This train can handle up to eight cars at a time through the tight curves of the new flexible tracks using the new 4-channel, 7-speed, infrared remote control.

Contact Us LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. Interestingly a couple of these locomotives were recently purchased by the consortium that owns the Chunnel trains and they haul malfunctioning high speed trains out from under the channel.Use this set with the 10874 Steam Train or 10875 Cargo Train to extend the possibilities of your LEGO® DUPLO® train collection. This set featured an 8-channel, 7-speed infrared remote control to power the train, allowing it to zoom around the tracks. There's really only one explanation that I can think of, TLC must have decided that trains are profitable. Over the years the LEGO Group has produced many trains which are not part of the original LEGO Trains product line, including but not limited to the following. I'm asking myself if set 7939 will have reached the end of its production cycle when that set is released in August.

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