Here is absolutely one of my next acquisitions and probably the one that I’m more excited for. The new winter Village is a new Creator Expert Railway Station with around nine hundred pieces and plenty of nice winter details and full Christmas spirit, so typical of these seasonal sets.
The set, as you can see, shows a beautiful railroad station with four straight track pieces and a level crossing with two barriers, a yellow vintage bus, five mini-figures – a pleasant quantity for a creator set – that include a bus driver, a barista, a grandmother, a child and a ticket agent, and a couple of always useful trees.
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A couple of new images of two seasonal sets, The Halloween and the Thanks giving Day, have been surfing in the web, showing a pretty good image of these two new releases that will be available only later this year.
The Thanks Giving day (40261) set features a farm scenario with a couple of farmers with some tools, a brick built tree, a cart and a small garden with plenty of nice vegetables as well as a small basket to carry them, and finally a scarecrow.
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The London Bus, the next Creator Expert set, was officially unveiled by Lego. The set and its rumors were already known for a while, but all the details and features of this huge masterpiece were only revealed now.
The set has exactly one thousand six hundred and eighty six pieces and shows an iconic English red Bus with thirty five centimeters and two floors with the traditional door at the back. The second floor can also be easily detached in order to access the interior and enjoy its magnificent details.
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Lego has just officially revealed the new Creator Expert set, the Carrousel (10257), a fairground masterpiece with two thousand six hundred and seventy pieces that includes also seven mini-figures (a ride operator, mom, dad, boy, girl, grandmother and a granddaughter) and a sales ticket stand.
And I definitely love it. The carrousel includes among other things five brick built animals (a swan, an elephant, a tiger, a flamingo and a frog.) which move up and down just as the big carrousel rotates. Unfortunately the power functions are not included which is an extra cost to extract all the possible fun and playability from the carrousel.The set should be Continue reading
A picture of the new Creator Fairground Carrousel has just appeared in June’s Lego store calendar, giving total consistency of a recent rumor that mentioned the release of a new Creator Fairground set. It joins a great collection, composed by the Fairground Mixer – a 2014 model- (10244) and the Ferris wheel – a 2015 set – (10242).
The picture isn’t the best but it looks quite clear that it will be a shorter version of the Grand Carrousel (10196) and it will feature besides the carrousel, seven or eight mini-figures as well as a small stand. Can’t wait to see it with the power functions!
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