• Lego Railway Museum

    Compiled by Murdoch17. Updated 20 April 2010. Contains 15 sets.
    LEGO needs a museum! Here are the things to fill that museum. All items will be seperated by eras. (Such as "The Golden Years: 1900's- 1930's") (Note: all comments on these sets are works of fiction!)

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7597: Western Train Chase

7 reviews
Pieces
584
Minifigs
6
RRP
$79.99, £81.99, €84.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
THE EARLY YEARS
1875: This is the earliest LEGO locomotive ever made. Built in 1875, this engine was built for the Great Western Railway Company. Still in operating condtion, this engine has been used in many LEGO films such as "The Good, the Brick, and the Ugly", and "The 50 Year Brick."
Our community
2475 own this set, 807 want it.

10015: Green Passenger Wagon

4 reviews
Pieces
194
RRP
$19.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 65536-1
Similar to 4186876-1
Bricklist notes
THE EARLY YEARS
1880: This is the earliest surviving railroad passenger coach in it's orginal condtion. Built by the Great Western Railway Company in 1880, this coach was used in the movie "The Good, the Brick, and the Ugly."
Our community
1089 own this set, 522 want it.

3225: Classic Train

3 reviews
Pieces
281
Minifigs
3
RRP
$66
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Instructions
Yes
Notes
Limited release.
Bricklist notes
THE GOLDEN YEARS
1913: This engine and assorted cars were bought to be used on the Great Western Railway. By the time the items were delivered in 1914, the railway was bought by Union Pacific. The engine also had 2 other red coaches, but these were destroyed in an accident in 1923.
Our community
273 own this set, 486 want it.

10194: Emerald Night

22 reviews
Pieces
1085
Minifigs
3
RRP
$99.99, £69.99, €89.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
THE GOLDEN YEARS
1924: This A1 engine was built to haul the Emerald Express on the London & North Eastern Railway. (LNER) It was to be coverted to A3 status in 1950, but by then, the engine was no longer cost effective. Sent to the scrap yard in 1952, the engine was saved from this fate by the Lego Rail Transport Society. (LRTS) Currentley on loan from the LRTS.
Our community
3729 own this set, 1733 want it.

10020: Santa Fe Super Chief

14 reviews
Pieces
435
Minifigs
2
RRP
$40, £26.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
LEGO exclusive
Instructions
Yes
Notes
The first 9999 sets made each came with an individually numbered tile and were released as limited edition sets. The LEGO Group kept the first ten numbered sets and later put them up for auction on www.ebay.com
Bricklist notes
THE END OF STEAM
1938: This engine was used on Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe, "Super Chief" from 1938 - 1971. It was sold, along with the coaches, to the museum in 1975.
Our community
1547 own this set, 1051 want it.

10022: Santa Fe Cars - Set II

3 reviews
Pieces
411
RRP
$35, £26.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
LEGO exclusive
Instructions
Yes
Notes
Another set from the "My Own Creation" series. Makes either a sleeping car, an observation car, or a dining car.
Bricklist notes
THE END OF STEAM
1939: These cars were bought along with thier engine in 1975.
Our community
864 own this set, 809 want it.

4563: Load and Haul Railroad

6 reviews
Pieces
476
Minifigs
3
RRP
$120
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Bricklist notes
THE END OF STEAM
1958: (Engine only) This locomotive was built as a switcher for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincey Railroad. This engine was used until 1970, when the railway was merged by the Great Northern Railway into Burlington Northern. The engine was then given to the museum for free in 1971.
Our community
1185 own this set, 554 want it.

4533: Train Track Snow Remover

2 reviews
Pieces
58
Minifigs
1
RRP
$9
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Instructions
Yes
Notes
Limited release.
Bricklist notes
THE MERGER YEARS
1964: This expermiental engine was used to clear tracks on the Northern Pacific railway. It was never used due to mechanical trouble. The railway finally gave up in late 1965, and the engine was sold to this museum in early 1966.
Our community
635 own this set, 453 want it.

10133: Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Locomotive

5 reviews
Pieces
407
Minifigs
2
RRP
$40, £24.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
LEGO exclusive
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
THE MERGER YEARS
1973: This engine was built for St. Louis - San Fransico (FRISCO) railway. When the railway was merged with Burlington Northern, (and latter Santa Fe to make Burlington Northern Santa Fe) the engine was repainted. Sold in 2000 to LRTS, and then given to this museum.
Our community
1162 own this set, 1094 want it.

4560: Railway Express

2 reviews
Pieces
658
Minifigs
9
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Notes
Same as 4561, but without transformer and speed regulator.
Related sets
Similar to 4561-1
Bricklist notes
THE MERGER YEARS
1989: This locomotive /train was built by the General Motors Diesel for British Railways. The engines were delivered on time, but all trains but 1 were sent back for problems with their special axles. These engines were lost when the boat they were on sank. The last of it's kind, British Railways gave up and sent this engine to this museum.
Our community
324 own this set, 254 want it.

10001: Metroliner

4 reviews
Pieces
782
Minifigs
11
RRP
$149
Packaging
Box
Availability
LEGO exclusive
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Re-released version of 4558-1
Bricklist notes
THE NEW BEGINNING
1994: This tiliting train was built for expiremental purposes. It was a too advanced idea for the technology and was sent the museum in 2000.

This so conlcudes the tour! Enjoy the list!
==Murdoch17==
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614 own this set, 592 want it.