ibrick:

International Training Centre Of Santa Skills

ibrick:

International Training Centre Of Santa Skills

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tsugi-no-eki-wa-desu:

After having travelled on the Enoden, it makes spotting this Lego model of the Enoden’s 305 & 355 units all the more meaningful. The model was built by Space2310 (link to Flickr) and I found it through Classic Town’s blog.
Lego was (and still is) one of my favourite toys, though I was never fortunate enough to have one of Lego’s train sets. I’ve been aware of the dedicated community of Lego train fans in the past and I think seeing this will prompt me into seeing what other Japanese prototypes people have modelled in Lego!

tsugi-no-eki-wa-desu:

After having travelled on the Enoden, it makes spotting this Lego model of the Enoden’s 305 & 355 units all the more meaningful. The model was built by Space2310 (link to Flickr) and I found it through Classic Town’s blog.

Lego was (and still is) one of my favourite toys, though I was never fortunate enough to have one of Lego’s train sets. I’ve been aware of the dedicated community of Lego train fans in the past and I think seeing this will prompt me into seeing what other Japanese prototypes people have modelled in Lego!

Check of the work has a Lego.
Since I cannot speak English, I want the medicine which can speak English.

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