This blog archives the history of the LEGO retail experience: what sets are on the market, how different retailers display them, etc. I was inspired by seeing photos of toy stores from the 1970s and 1980s over at PlaidStallions.com. Seeing a photo of a LEGO Store from even a few years back, filled with retired sets already makes me feel nostalgic!
I’m a lifelong fan of LEGO, and live in the US. I came out of my “dark ages” in college when I found a castle set at a thrift shop, and then built up my collection again via yard sales and retail store sales.
All the photos I share are those I have taken.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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wheres your free lego give away i cant find it
Sorry, I don’t do giveaways.u00a0
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what is your email address?
hi, do you have a list of all your collection? a pic?
I don’t have a full collection pic, sorry. Next time I move and get a nice space setup, I do a full photo tour!
where is the shop
Hi, are you Marvin L Prather in Facebook? He claim he share the blog with you.. https://www.facebook.com/marvinl.p2
Here is his profile.
All his photo is taken from your blog
Ah, I see. Nope, I have no idea who that is. Bummer – I’ll maybe reach out to him. Thanks for the heads up!
Hello, You posted a preschool book that shows how to make a roof and a few other things on the booklet like airplane. Where I found it with google images but do not see the picture or info in your blog. Please help me find that book. Thanks Robin
Hmmm – I don’t remember this. Sorry.