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LEGO Picks of the Month: February 2017

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LEGO Picks of the Month: February 2017

In this issue of LEGO Picks of the Month, you’ll find a LEGO-made underwater tunnel (with a working LEGO train), surrounded by real fishes, LEGO boats, and minifig divers (just simply magnificent!)

Also, you’ll find several LEGO builds by AFOLs, including the LEGO Headquarters (with a workable moulding machine in the factory room), the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Zordon’s command center, an architectural model of the famous New York Grand Central Terminal, along with Disney’s Inside Out Emotion Headquarters.

Check out these really, really creative builds in this month’s LEGO Picks of the Month below…

 

1. Guy Builds Underwater Tunnel Complete With Fish For His LEGO Train

Guy Builds Underwater Tunnel Complete With Fish For His LEGO Train

Image Source: Geekologie.com

This is the first time we see something like this… It’s just simply AWESOME! 🙂

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2. LEGO Builds Giant Brick House in its Hometown

LEGO Builds Giant Brick House in its Hometown

Image Source: VOANews.com

Definitely an item in our itinerary should we visit Denmark one day… How about you? 🙂

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3. What Are Your Thoughts About This LEGO Factory Build?

What Are Your Thoughts About This LEGO Factory Build?

With an exterior that resembles the LEGO Headquarters in Billund, Denmark, and lots of playability incorporated in this LEGO Factory (especially with the workable moulding machine in the factory room), we’re sure all LEGO fans would like to get your hands on this build by Kovács Jónás!

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4. Go Go Power Rangers!

Go Go Power Rangers!

If you’ve been following all the 3 series of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers when they were aired in the 90’s, we’re confident this build is definitely one you’d love to have in your collection.

Find out more about it below…

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5. Are You Impressed By The Amount Of Details Packed Into This Grand Central Terminal Build?

Are You Impressed By The Amount Of Details Packed Into This Grand Central Terminal Build?

Very seldom do you find Architecture builds that are as detailed as this one.

Check out this Grand Central Terminal build by KeoArchitect here and let us know if you agree with us…

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6. Control Riley’s Emotions With This Inside Out: Headquarters Playset

Control Riley’s Emotions With This Inside Out: Headquarters Playset

Re-enact the scenes from the Disney Pixar movie “Inside Out” with this Inside Out: Headquarters build, and control Riley’s emotions. 🙂

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7. Life-Size LEGO Batmobile Uses 344,000 Bricks – And Needs One Superhero Behind The Wheel

Life-Size LEGO Batmobile Uses 344,000 Bricks - And Needs One Superhero Behind The Wheel

Image Source: GeekWire.com

Anyone wants to have a ride on this life-sized LEGO-made Batmobile? 🙂

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8. Man Spends Two Weeks Creating LEGO Train Track Around His Home And Yard

Man Spends Two Weeks Creating LEGO Train Track Around His Home And Yard

Image Source: UPI.com

Will you build something like this around your home and yard too? 🙂

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That’s it for this month’s LEGO Picks of the Month. We hope you’ve enjoyed the contents we’ve put forth for you this month (as much as we enjoy ourselves while sourcing for interesting builds and presenting them for you.)

Stay tuned for next month’s issue on March 31st… And meanwhile, here are the previous months issues in case you’ve missed them (where you’ll find even more fantastic LEGO builds – something we highly recommend you check out if you’re looking for inspiration on what to build with your favorite bricks!)

 

Previous Issues of “LEGO Picks of the Month”:

Issue #13 – January 2017

Issue #12 – December 2016

Issue #11 – November 2016

Issue #10 – October 2016

Issue #9 – September 2016

Issue #8 – August 2016

Issue #7 – July 2016

Issue #6 – June 2016

Issue #5 – May 2016

Issue #4 – April 2016

Issue #3 – March 2016

Issue #2 – February 2016

Issue #1 – January 2016