New Lego train coming in 2013 -10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

And it’s awesome looking! I have a fascination with trains that I can’t quite explain. I don’t have a desire to have a huge train layout, or even to motorize them, but I do love the Lego trains.  I’ve bought several of them here and there. I think I really like the size and scale of them.  And I feel they use the latest and greatest building techniques. You can learn a LOT about building from these Lego train sets.

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

This picture shows how awesome this set would look if you combined two of them.  I probably won’t go that far, but might pick up a second engine.  Lego really should consider selling them individually.

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

As we’ve come to expect, this Lego train has a very detailed interior.  It looks like there is even a bar and bartender…

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Excellent assortment of included minifigures.

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Lego 10233 Horizon Express

Here’s the official word from Lego:

Ages 14+. 1,351 pieces.
Build the ultimate high-speed LEGO® passenger train!
US $129.99 CA $149.99 DE 99.99€ UK 79.99 £ DK 899.00 DKK
Fly down the track in the Horizon Express! Collect this highly detailed LEGO® interpretation of a modern, high-speed electric passenger train! The detailed body features black train windows, brick-built chevron detailing, extendable pantographs, printed windscreen and brick-built doors. Remove the roof to play inside 2 detailed passenger cars! Steer from the front engine car with, a control panel and brick-built electrical box! Then take to the tracks in luxury with the first-class car’s seats, luggage, newspapers, computer screen and even a bathroom with sliding door! The rear car features a bar with hinged counter, tables for the passengers with seats, a coffee machine, cups and bottles. For the ultimate high-speed experience, attach a second Horizon Express model, or motorize it by adding LEGO Power Functions! Hard-to-find elements include orange LEGO bricks (including 6×28 chassis plate) and printed tiles.

  • Includes 6 minifigures: female train engineer, male train steward, 2 female passengers and 2 male passengers
  • Features 3 train cars, detailed engine room, printed windscreen, black train windows, brick-built chevron detailing, extendable pantographs, seats, a bathroom with sliding door, bar with hinged counter and tables with seats
  • Accessories include luggage, newspapers, computer screen, coffee machine, cups and bottles
  • Discover sideways building techniques!
  • Ride the rails in high-speed LEGO® style!
  • Upgrade your model by adding LEGO Power Functions 8878 Rechargeable Battery Box, 8887 Transformer 10V DC, 8884 IR Receiver, 8879 IR Speed Remote Control, 88002 Train Motor and 8870 Lights
  • Train measures 31″ (79cm) long

I know I’ll be adding this gem to my collection!

Brick

Brick

I am an Adult Fan of LEGO (AFOL) and an active member of the Michigan LEGO User Group (MichLUG).I have loved LEGO for as long as I can remember.I am currently working on the following models:
- UCS Millenium Falcon
- Emmett's Apartment Building
- Gringott's Bank
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    • I know an old boy who’d love this! :-)

      I hear you on the bank loan. I need to figure out a way to get this blog to earn me some Lego money…

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