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New Lego City 2012 images have started to appear online and while they all feature watermarks they lack the “Confidential” status we have seen so far- so as far as we can see they are legitimate and legal :0)
If you take a good look at the sets you can see in the first wave of 2012 Lego City will have a “Forest” management focus as well as a few Recycle/Garbage sets, both put a new twist on sets we have seen before.
Taking the regular Fire and Police sub-themes and placing them in a Forest context is a refreshing change and already I can’t wait to see where Lego takes them next.
The Lego City Forest sub-theme is also a wonderful way to expand the City theme- bringing the “country” to the borders of the urban environment in the same way that the Farm sets did in 2011.
My favorites so far are the Caravan and Car, the Mobile Command Center and especially the Heavy Lift Helicopter which looks amazing!
The Lego Fire Station is one of the hallmarks of the Lego City theme.
Along with Police Station and Hospital Services, the fire department is one rescue service no city can be without, Lego included.
A Lego Fire Station set generally comes with a Fire House where firemen (and women) can gather awaiting their next dispatch, a fire truck to race to emergencies and extinguish fires and often a fire car and a number of fire personel.
In short, the Lego City Fire Station is a playset with heaps of play potential for kids who are interested in the operation of emergency services.
Lego Fire Station Sets
Lego City Fire Station has been a part of the Lego Town and City themes since 1970.
Modern fire station Lego sets are full of details and heaps of play features.
2011 Lego Fire Stations
Lego City Fire Station (Set 7208)
This set is the latest Lego City Fire station set. It is a relatively easy build, with 662 pieces (many of the structural pieces are large) and is recommended for ages 5 and older.
The alarm goes off at the Fire Station theres a big fire across town!
Quick, run out of the living quarters, slide down the firemans pole and hurry to the garage where the fire truck and rescue truck are waiting to go.
Put the flames out and use the trucks ladder and jump sheet to rescue anyone stuck upstairs! Thats one emergency down & now what about that kitten stuck up in the tree?
Includes 4 firefighter minifigures and cool accessories.
Station measures over 17″ (43cm) and over 9″ (22cm) tall
Truck measures over 7″ (17cm) and over 3″ (7cm) tall
Award Winner: National Parenting Seal of Approval, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio’s Gold Seal, 2010 Parents’ Choice Recommended
The Lego City Fire Station Set is For ages 5-12 and retails for $79.99.
The Lego Fire Brigade is a more detailed set, coming in at 2231 pieces compared to the City Fire Station which has 662 pieces.
It is a wonderful set for older builders who appreciate design details over play (though there is still lots of play to be had here!) and is recommended for ages 16 and older.
Ding ding ding! Theres a fire in town! The fire brigade drives to the scene from this detailed and realistic 1930s fire station.
It includes a 30s-style fire truck, 4 minifigures, a fire-dog, an opening station garage door, and a removable building roof for interior access.
The Lego Fire Brigade also includes 2 fully-furnished floors with fire-fighting tools, racks for the firemen’s helmets, fire-pole, ping-pong table, kitchen with fully-stocked fridge, couch, bookshelf and a roof with a water tower and bell.
Measures 14″ (35cm) high and 10″ (25cm) wide.
The Lego Fire Brigade retails for $149.99 and can be purchased through Amazon.com (Free Shipping) or Amazon.uk