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May
12
reviewed No Action Needed What are the bricks in this picture/video?
May
9
awarded  Custodian
May
9
reviewed Reviewed Are there any lego base plates that are compatible with duplo?
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed Can I re-use my LEGO Store Pick a Brick cup?
May
7
reviewed Leave Open Going to Legoland Denmark with my family, what should I do/get?
May
7
reviewed Reject Are those bowls genuine LEGO pieces?
May
1
comment What do factory markings on the inside of DUPLO pieces mean?
Similar question: bricks.stackexchange.com/questions/1399/…
Apr
28
reviewed Approve Does LEGO generally restrict the sale of Lego sets in a country?
Apr
28
reviewed Reject Are those bowls genuine LEGO pieces?
Apr
24
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
24
revised How can I make product suggestions to TLG?
added 434 characters in body
Apr
24
asked How can I make product suggestions to TLG?
Apr
24
reviewed Approve Robot that searches for lights
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Robot that searches for lights
Apr
15
comment How do i organize all my LEGO bricks and parts?
possible duplicate of What are proven methods to sort/categorize a large number of parts?
Apr
8
reviewed Approve Programming RCX in 10.9 environment
Apr
4
reviewed Approve Are there any LEGO movie/game posters?
Mar
13
reviewed Approve Has anyone made LEGO fly?
Feb
28
comment Will Lego Caboose (10014) work with Lego Cargo Train (7939)?
Narrow track is just 4 studs wide, whereas regular LEGO track is 6 studs wide. The range of narrow track is currently limited to curves and slopes: no points, cross-overs nor even straight narrow track(!) has appeared in sets to date. Here is an example of the narrow track: rebrickable.com/parts/85976/Train+-Track-Plastic+-Narrow+-Curve
Feb
26
revised Will Lego Caboose (10014) work with Lego Cargo Train (7939)?
added 288 characters in body