A guide to the Lego™ Sets you may not know about, or want to know more about.
|Weetabix is a British breakfast cereal. In the 1970's they released 4 promotional sets: a castle and 3 town buildings. Set pictures and instruction scans are shown for each of those sets.|
|Blueprints, though not really a set, are definitely Lego. These were sold individualy in England in the 1960's. Also included is information on the companion book to these prints.|
|In the late 1980's, Lego added computer control to its 4.5V Technic Sets. Called TC for Technic Control, this line was the first programmable Lego product. Students could use the popular LOGO software to move their Lego creations. Here are copies of instructions to some of the sets:|
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