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A Bay Area 19-year-old created a crazy-detailed BART set that LEGO might add to their product line
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Thanks to bartable for letting us know about Sergio Aldana, a 19-year-old living in Richmond who rides BART from El Cerrito del Norte Station to Pleasant Hill, where he’s a sophomore at Diablo Valley College taking product design classes.

And he’s combined two longtime interests into one passion project. Check out his work on @legobarttrain.

In 2019 he designed the BART 50th Anniversary Train Set for the LEGO Ideas online platform, naming it in anticipation of BART’s upcoming 2022 birthday.

This model consists of 2,817 pieces; just 183 pieces shy of the 3,000 part limit for LEGO Ideas projects.

This includes two trains: The Legacy Fleet (pic 7) and the Fleet of the Future (pic 5). They are at a reasonable size for your LEGO city and at the same scale as typical LEGO city trains. This also comes with six mini-figuresIn addition, you get 24 pieces of track and a train platform with a fare gate for your LEGO city. See more pictures at LEGO Ideas and Instagram.

If Aldana’s BART train design garners enough public support through its LEGO Ideas page, the famous toy company may consider putting it in a 3D form to add it to its celebrated product line.

Read more at bartable.


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