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  1. Chewk 30 months ago | reply

    Well this is certainly out of the blue.

  2. Alec. M 30 months ago | reply

    is it motorized?

  3. LegoCloneFanatic 30 months ago | reply

    Cool a Lego TGV.

  4. joefish (;_}{ 30 months ago | reply

    Motorised? Apparently not. Though it looks like there's room for a battery box and IR unit, or just a regular 9V motor or two. Looks like those are regular motor sidings on the front bogey, with rubber-rimmed motor drive wheels on axles - even though there's just grey brick behind it. The rear bogey looks like a fairly routine bogus-motor design with regular wheel blocks (note the three studs visible above the round head, not two). There's a shared bogey between the two carriages so I guess they have to stick together as a pair, but regular two-wheeled bogeys with couplings at the ends of the carriages.

    Two of these back-to-back will do me nicely.

    Umm - I hope that's a steward holding the bottle of wine...

  5. Note: When you 30 months ago | reply

    I really need this, will be great for a city warfare MOC. Comes with rails?

  6. quý 30 months ago | reply

    Oh my GOD those SNOT arrows!

  7. Lego Junkie. 30 months ago | reply

    So much agree.

    We're finally getting to them!
    FILL ALL THE SETS WITH UNSTURDY TECHNIQUES.

  8. Legtayoʀ 30 months ago | reply

    Amazing, it's a shame it won't be officially out until January, that means I can't get it for Christmas :P I assume it'll be out in the Eurozone around October/December but my parents are Bricklink-illy challenged.

  9. eldeeem 30 months ago | reply

    ^^You know they'll secure them in some crazy way, probably with lots of bar/clip connections.

  10. Kris_Kelvin 30 months ago | reply

    After Emerald and Maersk it`s rather weak :(

  11. Helghan 30 months ago | reply

    I totally agree!

  12. Das Steinkopf 30 months ago | reply

    It's great to see the continued support for the train line.

  13. kɹɪstəfɚ hafmɪn 30 months ago | reply

    How exactly is it unsturdy? Think about the plates that the cheese slopes are attached to.

  14. KnightFalls 30 months ago | reply

    Nice set, but I'd rather buy another Maersk train as a parts pack than get this (as a parts pack also).

  15. peterlmorris 30 months ago | reply

    Oh man if this is the first Expert Creator set, I can't wait to see more from this line. I wasn't sold on the Maersk train, but I definitely want this. I haven't bought a new train since that fan-made kit a few years ago.

  16. Cale Leiphart 30 months ago | reply

    Well no one really wants Maersk space ships. ; ) But as a train set I thought the Maersk was pretty awesome. The container cars were a little chintzy but the engine was really good, the truck was sweet and the containers themselves pretty good too. So I can forgive the cars a bit. I think if you picked one up you'd be pleased with it.

  17. 1982redhead 30 months ago | reply

    It looks great and realistic, and definitely well build with SNOTing.

  18. Starfiction 30 months ago | reply

    Proof that Lego really does care about their afols as much as their younger audience. Shut up and take my money!

  19. LegoCloneFanatic 30 months ago | reply

    When does this come out??

  20. leftydan6 29 months ago | reply

    Stunning set, hope I can find a space big enough to build a Lego city complete with a train loop featuring this set.

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