Posts Tagged ‘Lego’


Winter in Brickthorpe – again

January 29, 2015

There is another winter in Brickthorpe. This time with a new gingerbread house, some arctic research facilities and even some space for Mr. and Mrs. Santa.


Winter in Brickthorpe

December 31, 2013

A winter scenery in Bricktorpe, this year with a snowboard event and some ice sculptures and lot of other winter activities.

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Tower Bridge completed

February 5, 2013

At last we’ve managed to complete the Tower Bridge set (Set number 10214) with the missing two smaller towers at each side of the river Thames.





A journey trough time

January 14, 2013

There is a lovely possibility to travel through time at the Helms Museum in Hamburg. Last weekend we’ve visited the LEGO timetravel exhibition at the Archeological Museum of Hamburg and travelled through the stone age, old Egypt, Greece and Rome, saw vikings and scenery from the middle age and the Inca, the Wild West and the present Hamburg and a lot more…


A winter scenery

December 30, 2012

A little winter scenery with a small christmas market in the center. The café on the top of the hill was the “friends café (3061)”. The other buildings are the winter village toy shop (10199), the winter village post office (10222), the winter village cottage (10229), the winter village bakery (10226) and some other small buildings.


A private LEGO Museum in Prague (Czech Republic)

November 12, 2012

a private LEGO Museum Prague

Friends of mine were in Prague, Czech Republic, lately and came across a private LEGO Museum there and took the picture above. They sent it to me and now a was curious to find out more about this private museum. I googled the webpage and found out that this museum consists of a collection of over 2000 models / original sets. These are displayed on 340 m². This could be one of the largest permanent exhibitions in Europe. If you would like to find out more about that museum go to the museums webpage (english version).


magnificent sculptures at Hamleys – London UK

October 23, 2012

We’ve just been at Hamleys in London (Great Britain) and have seen some magnificent sculptures: the Queen and other Royals along with Guardsmen and Sherlock Holmes.