Let me introduce a fantastic LEGO Train build of the AD60 Class by Flickr user Alexander (narrow_guage). Based on the NSW AD60 Class train that ran in Australia’s New South Wales between 1952 and 1973 – yes, I’m a train nerd. But if you read my blog often, you’ve probably noticed that I have a thing for Trains. [Read more…] about Incredible LEGO Train – NSW AD60 Class by Flickr user Alexander
Flickr user František Hajdekr has posted instructions on how to make his LEGO MOC of this super cute Small Lego Forest Cable Skidders. It is such a gorgeous build and so much fun for something so small. Read on to get the link to his video.
Ok, so he’s not strictly the truck man, but he does have a lot of LEGO truck designs on his Flickr page, so I’ve given him that nickname. The feature image for this post was the photo I originally saw and was blown away by! [Read more…] about John O’Shea the LEGO Truck man on Flickr
Every LEGO City needs a Town square. It’s where the LEGO people get stuff done, meet friends and generally gather. So why not make it a beautiful classical French Town Square Hall? [Read more…] about French Town Square Hall by Flickr user Jean Macou
I love trains! And I especially those of the LEGO Train variety. Having just received the LEGO Cargo Train for my birthday, I’ve been researching the cool stuff people have been making for their train sets. This was one that made me remember two of my old train sets. [Read more…] about LEGO City Train Magnet Swing Crane by Flickr user LEGO Lucas
Let me start this with a disclaimer: I’m a huge Star Trek fan so sorry for my gushing in this post! So when I saw Flickr user -2×4- had created mini versions of some of the most iconic ships, naturally I had to share them! [Read more…] about LEGO Boldly Going Where no Brick has Gone Before
This is a LEGO creation by Keith Fisher on Flickr. I’ve already tweeted it but I just love what he’s done to add to the fantastic Ninjago City set so much I just had to re-share it as it was shouting at me from my Flickr page. [Read more…] about Ninjago City harbour by Keith Fisher