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Set #10219 A New Toy

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« on: October 12, 2011, 01:56:17 pm »

I haven't done a review in a while and when you are finished reading, you'll be saying, "You still haven't"



As usual I order my Lego online, I'm one of the few that trusts the system.
Well now, a Mearsk train eh, as you can imagine it was like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey
The train is cool and hats off to the original designer, well done my future friend

Just one problem eh, it doesn't fit my layout and this has been an ongoing thing
Lego, for the last few years have been slowly making their high end train sets larger by millimeters in width and length.
This is my boggle, When I first started the Lego Train running throughout our home, I built and layed out in precision.
From light standards to corner turns, the lay out was designed to allow the trains to move freely.

BTW, this topic will be modified as time and building it allows, brace yourselves eh
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From Frostburgh they came,           the clones of the cold, through the tunnel in the frame,            to a tower so old
clic this eh http://s681.photobucket.com/albums/vv176/legodac/?start=all
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