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Every Lego Set ever made

If you haven’t been following along, Gizmodo went to the Lego Factory. Awe. Some.

Not only did they go, they also got some video of the vault where they have stored 1 of each set created _since 1958_!

>Maybe that’s why visiting Lego’s Memory Lane—the secret vault guarding almost every Lego set ever manufactured—touched me in a way I didn’t expect. This wasn’t amazement or simple awe. I was already astonished to no end by the tour of the Lego factory. No, this was something else, something bigger than the impressive view of the 4,720 Lego sets inside this lair. These weren’t just simple boxes full of bricks. These were tickets to ride a time portal to emotions and simpler days long forgotten.

If you have the chance, check it out and be sure to read the post as well. Good stuff.


2 replies on “Every Lego Set ever made”

Damn…. I’m tempted to hit up the nearby Target and see what they got for Legos. I asked my mom a month ago if we still had my giant tub o’ Lego from when I was a kid, but she couldn’t find it.

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