I just registered my 300th LEGO Set and a great set to clock up for 300 being the 7939 Cargo Train from 2010.
So this milestone means 300 complete sets all catalogued and registered on the Blog. I still have many other partial sets in progress for which I am sourcing parts. So if I keep Kerrie off my back about spending too much time (and money) on LEGO then I should surpass the 300 quickly.
The Cargo Train set was sold in the US as a Special Edition set at the LEGO Store and Toys ‘R’ Us and so was hard to find.
From the LEGO.COM website…
Load up the new Cargo Train and send it down the line!
Use the big crane to load and unload containers and cars from the train and container truck. Open the canopies on the engine to reveal the driver’s cabins on either end; use the 8-channel, 7-speed infrared remote control to transport the goods along the tracks around the LEGO® City! Includes 4 minifigures: 1 train driver and 3 freight yard workers. Includes a full set of tracks: 2 switch tracks, 8 straight tracks, 16 curved tracks, 16 flexible tracks that equal the length of 4 straight tracks.
- Includes 4 minifigures: 1 train driver and 3 freight yard workers
- Train features engine, tank wagon, flatbed container wagon and auto carrier with 2 cars
- Also includes LEGO Power Functions battery box, infrared receiver, medium motor and 8-channel, 7-speed, infrared remote control that controls up to 8 different trains at once
- The big crane’s winch really works!
- Train measures over 34" (88cm) long
- Requires 9 AAA batteries
- Train is compatible with LEGO 9V tracks; Tracks are not compatible with LEGO 9V trains.