About me: SanderMania
Hi, I'm Alex From Germany. I Love Lego Since I Was a Kid.
I Love Music, Horror Films, Videogames, Wrestling And Of Course LEGO. Check Out My Website www.sandermania.de

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Red Lion Station – 1940’s Train Station This is Cale Leiphart and he likes trains, and I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and enjoying his builds for many years now. His latest culmination of train-awesomeness is the Red Lion Station, and is a model of the Maryland & Pennsylvania RR train station and surrounding areas. At over 3.5 x 17 feet (that’s Continue reading → Link
Red Lion Station – 1940’s Train STation This is Cale Leiphart and he likes trains, and I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and enjoying his builds for many years now. His latest calumniation of train-awesomeness is the The Red Lion Station, and is a model of the Maryland & Pennsylvania RR train station and surrounding areas. At over 3.5 x 17 feet Continue reading → Link
LEGO 76042 SHIELD Helicarrier – Part 1 [Review] If anything could ever compete with the mighty Star Wars movie franchise, it’s probably going to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And this trend may be playing out in the LEGO universe too, with an ever-growing line of super hero sets that is now joined by the 76042 SHIELD Helicarrier. Like the 76023 Tumbler, it’s Continue reading → Link
Tintin Explores the Moon As a child, I loved the Tintin Explorers on the Moon, I must have checked it out from the library dozens of times. I’ve seen many fantastic attempts at building the rocket Tintin and friends take to the moon, but this latest by Tyler Clites (Legohaulic) is the first build of the lunar tank I’ve Continue reading → Link
Domestication, Contemplation, Relaxation Flickr member simplybrickingit has created this intriguing triptych of household rooms. Each one is beautifully furnished but completely figure-less, and symbolizes a different aspect of our everyday lives. It’s all very Zen. I love the way the partial walls make these scenes feel somehow out of time.   Link