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Advice for the New Collector
Well, I am new to this forum and new to Lego collecting, well new in the sense of re-discovering Lego. I had quite a little collection when I was a kid and now at thirty having sold all my Lego many years ago suddenly stopped in at walmart toy section and bought a couple of city sets. That was last week and now I have forty city sets and now I need to realize I am now a collector and with that I need to ask some questions.
1.) I wanted to build a city up but I am going to need a massive room to lay it all out - I have big plans but simply don't have the room. How do you guys do it?
2.) I can't seem to locate road plates which were the key to my old Lego cities, where can you find them?
4.) How well do the road plates work with sets such as the newer police station, fire station, space launch pad etc?
3.) I am planning on sticking to one particular theme, did anyone else plan to do this but ended up collecting multiple themes?
4.) What's the best way to get old sets for resonable prices, I'm not talking vintage but sets like three to four years old.
5.) Where can you find release dates for new sets coming out?
I can't believe how much I enjoyed putting the sets together but am desperate to set up a city. Like I have read in a number of posts my city due to the sets available is police heavy, its like a police state!!! I have got my first ever Lego train which I have always wanted - I don't care for the electronics, I'd actually prefer just a push train.
Anyway thanks for reading, and advanced thank you for any questions that can be answered
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