Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 24
Rated 4 out of 5 by Grandsx5 easy
Easy to make..thought it would be more interesting.
07 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Debbi Neat building!
My 7 year old found it easy to build and loves it. It blends very well with the super train (?).
06 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by wallymama Best train station ever
I bought this for my great-grandsons aged 5 and 6. Their parents bought them the remote controlled train and I also got them extra track. We have a long tradition of Lego in our family. I bought the first Lego bricks for my son (not the boys grandfather) 54 years ago. They came in a square tube and the lid was the base for whatever one wanted to build. We still have some of the original bricks! We will continue the Lego tradition in our family.
30 December 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Toygirl12 Great Set!
I own many LEGO sets, and this is by far one of my favorites! My favorite part about it was the LEGO store. The set also comes with some great pieces and figures. I recommend it to all!
23 December 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bampi1 Bambi
This was bought as a gift for my grandson for Christmas and although Its not had the third degree as yet will know better when it is opened on Christmas day
17 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jackson77 Decent Build, Good Value
Got this set today and was very satisfied. One thing though, the piece count was low, and $65 is too much. Lego should have added another taxi and a railroad crossing and MORE railroad track but otherwise this is a fantastic build. I liked the Lego store and the food kiosk. The taxi was cool, and the station is pretty decent-looking. $45 would be better price. The first problem I noticed on the box is the taxi is on the other side of the train station. So...how do the people get across the track to take the taxi? Oh well, it's the idea that counts, right?
26 August 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by amazed78 A Nice Little Set for Train Enthusiasts
I had to have a train station in my Lego world and since I didn't buy the earlier version (7937) I had to get this one. If you have trains and track, you simply have to have a train station, too.
The build was not difficult, but getting the stickers to line up properly was a bit of a stretch for my fingers and eyes. The station itself is easy on the eye with an almost futuristic look and is packed with great details such as the Lego toy boxes, security cameras and of course the coffee machine. The cross-track roof is a very impressive addition and makes the station look more realistic.
Two things annoyed me.
1) When I first drove one of my trains past the train station there was a great bang and some parts were flying through the air. The pantographs that are on top of the train would not fit under the station roof if they were extended. I had to flatten them out in order to avoid similar problems. Then I got annoyed with the fact that the trains looked somewhat watered down without the pantographs extended and added a row of 2x2 grey bricks under the sloped bricks on the station roof and a 1x2 grey brick on the top of the structure that holds up the other end of the cross-track roof. Problem solved.
2) I know this is most likely exclusive to the particular set that I bought, but when I opened the packaging I noticed that the page with all the stickers for the set was folded in half. I tried my best to smoothen the stickers out but to this day the sticker on the side of the yellow taxi is peeling off.
18 February 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BVG9Volt Nice station
This is my second railway station I got in my life after set 4556 from 1999. The content is comparable like set 4556, but the station has a longer platform, it includes a shop and 4 straight tracks. Set 4556 has not a taxi but it has a motorbike for the bagage.
I use connected flexibele tracks on the platform so I can use them for straight tracks.
The only disappointing thing is that the bikeholder is bit small. The bikeholder might be a bit wider so you can add more bikes.
Otherwise it is a good buy.
I hope that there will come more train expansion sets (with rail cars for exaple) like in the 90s.
14 February 2015