Building Lego

That’s a great reply, and absolutely love it. :+1:

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I buy to build. So, no I don’t intend to keep the empty boxes. The stack of empties in the conservatory is awaiting a trip to the tip! But I do keep the instruction books.

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Yes of course, I keep those, they soon mount up.

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Thanks for that, good advice for a novice like me👍.I hadn’t thought of that.

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Its a good pastime / hobby to get into, keeps the mind active, fingers nimble, and there’s something for everyone, wether your 6 or 86.

Enjoy and please share your creations. :+1:

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But does require a load of display area space, especially for the larger sets like the “big ship” at 4’6” long, & the “most beautiful plane ever” at 3’!

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Thanks again to you both for your advice and encouragement. The space issue is a real consideration. I can’t see the point of making something to hide away but don’t have much by way of display space. It’s a bit of a conundrum!

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That’s true, I have a number of Really Useful Boxes to keep builds in and away from the dreaded dust.

Lockheed Constellation :slight_smile:

Close, but no cigar.

More pictures please

Concorde? I just love the flow of the wings.

My son completed his a few weeks ago. It’s still dominating the kitchen table!

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Got sent this Joke and had to share here. :rofl:

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Substitute

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I am amused by the “18+” and “For Adults” rating on some of the sets. Lego porn?

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The year of the dragon? Looks nothing like my wife!!:grin:

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:rofl: