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Issue number 1 of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members, published in Spring 1979. This is the first issue of the relaunched Bricks 'n Pieces newsletter that would continue until 2000. This issue promotes new LEGOLAND Space sets, including a contest for a holiday to Cape Canaveral. It also introduces David Lyall, a LEGO model designer who would continue to be featured in later issues, and also includes fan-submitted models. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by...
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The Winter 1994 issue of the American magazine LEGO Mania Magazine , the official magazine of the LEGO Builders Club. This is the first issue of the magazine, replacing Brick Kicks in the United States, and in 1995 it would replace Innovations in Canada. This issue features new LEGO Pirates Enchanted Islands sets, and includes the first The Adventures of the LEGO Maniac comic. Originally scanned and uploaded to Imgur by Zendani .
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Issue number 3 of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members, published in Autumn 1979. This issue primarily discusses the LEGO Club rally that was held at the Birmingham Museum on August 25th of that year, and suggests visiting LEGOLAND in 1980. The rest of the issue is dedicated to fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
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The Summer 1981 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British magazine for LEGO Club members. It is the eighth issue overall, and the first one to be labeled a magazine rather than a newsletter, as it saw an expansion from four pages to eight. This issue's main feature focuses on the then-upcoming third Annual Club Rally Day, to be held in Leeds on August 9th of that year. The issue also advertises new LEGO railways sets, discusses news and history related to LEGO, and shows off LEGO models submitted...
Topics: LEGO, magazine, LEGO magazines, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British magazines, David Lyall, Buildacode,...
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The Summer 1981 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British magazine for LEGO Club members. It is the eighth issue overall, and the first one to be labeled a magazine rather than a newsletter, as it saw an expansion from four pages to eight. This issue's main feature focuses on the then-upcoming third Annual Club Rally Day, to be held in Leeds on 9th August of that year. It also advertises new LEGO railways sets, discusses news and history related to LEGO, and shows off LEGO models submitted by...
Topics: LEGO, magazine, LEGO magazines, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British magazines, David Lyall, Buildacode,...
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The Autumn 1981 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British magazine for LEGO Club members. This issue contains a variety of features, including previews of upcoming sets for 1982, news about the events of the LEGO Club rally and LEGO World '81 exhibition at Leeds, and reviews of LEGOLAND. Printed by Derry and Sons Limited, Nottingham. Originally scanned and posted to Miniland Online .
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The Summer 1980 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members. This issue is primarily focused on plans for a LEGO Club rally to be held at Central Milton Keynes on 10th August of that year, citing the success of the rally held the previous year at the Birmingham Museum. The rest of the issue is dedicated to fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
Topics: LEGO, newsletter, LEGO magazines, LEGO newsletters, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British newsletters
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The Autumn 1981 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British magazine for LEGO Club members. This issue contains a variety of features, including previews of upcoming sets for 1982, news about the events of the LEGO Club rally and LEGO World '81 exhibition at Leeds, and reviews of LEGOLAND. Printed by Derry and Sons Limited, Nottingham. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
Topics: LEGO, magazine, LEGO magazines, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British magazines, David Lyall, Buildacode
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The Autumn 1980 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members. This issue primarily discusses the events of the August 10th Club Rally at Milton Keynes, including the building of the longest and tallest LEGO models, the latter of which broke the previous record from 1975. The rest of the issue features fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
Topics: LEGO, newsletter, LEGO magazines, LEGO newsletters, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British newsletters,...
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The Summer 1980 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members. This issue is primarily focused on plans for a LEGO Club rally to be held at Central Milton Keynes on 10th August of that year, citing the success of the rally held the previous year at the Birmingham Museum. The rest of the issue is dedicated to fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Miniland Online .
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Issue number 2 of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members, published in Summer 1979. This issue is primarily focused on plans for a LEGO Club rally to be held at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on August 25th of that year. The rest of the issue is dedicated to fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
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The Spring 1980 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members. This issue primarily discusses the LEGOLAND Space toy line winning the Toy of the Year 1979 award. The issue also features fan-submitted models and contest winners, as well as LEGO models by David Lyall. The letter from Club President Clive Nicholls claims that the LEGO Club had reached 25,000 members in January 1980. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
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The Spring 1981 issue of Bricks 'n Pieces , a British newsletter for LEGO Club members. This issue features the LEGO Builders Club moving to a new location, a LEGO model by David Lyall, the introduction of a secret code system called Buildacode, and fan-submitted models and contest winners. Originally scanned and posted to Brickset by Huw Millington.
Topics: LEGO, newsletter, LEGO magazines, LEGO newsletters, LEGOLAND, LEGO Club, British newsletters, David...