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Hello from Nottingham


My name's Jonathan and I originally started collecting Legoland Town back in 1981. This only lasted a few years until I discovered home computers and ultimately ended up channelling all those creative urges into writing games for the ZX Spectrum. That, of course, is another story entirely...

With an empty spare bedroom to fill, I decided to get the old Lego town out of storage last year. Since then, I have made a few acquisitions of classic town and newer city sets, mostly via eBay.

I've put a few photos of the town on Flickr. It's not huge and nowhere near as impressive as some other collections but it is slowly growing.


  • collect_thatcollect_that Member Posts: 1,327
    Hi Jonathan,

    Welcome to the forum! Arrrrr all those old school memories of classic town and the sounds of a 48k loading! I'm sure your town will soon double in size (at least) now you've got the bug! :-)

  • alijoezacalijoezac Member Posts: 555
    Welcome Jonathan,

    I also live in Nottingham. Some of us have formed a LEGO user group for the area. See here:

  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Member Posts: 4,270
    edited May 2014

    and it is only when running it that you realise you didn't put a line break in ;)
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