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Lego’s limited-edition Ominous Isle and British train station are imminently going on sale

The Brick Cross Train Station. | Image: brickester (Lego Bricklink)

Four months ago, a Lego fan earned around half a million dollars when Lego put his limited-edition set on sale. Now, Lego is opening orders for round two of the BrickLink Designer Program at 8am PT / 11am ET on Thursday, June 6th — featuring five more limited-edition sets, each a fan’s dream come true.

They’re charming, quaint, look like wonderful playsets, and the fan designers will get five percent of the proceeds from each sale! My eye’s on the incredibly detailed Brick Cross Train Station… but wife and I already splurged on last time’s Parisian Street so I’d probably best not!

Ready for high-res images, prices, and designer video interviews around each new set? Here you go:

Ominous Isle — $239.99

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