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Re: Anyone know what's at Pick-a-Brick?

Postby footsteps » Wed Jan 05, 2005 9:00 pm

David85 wrote:There's a chance I might go to the Lego Store "near" me on Saturday,

Which one is "near" you? I was in the one near Lexington, MA after Christmas.

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Postby footsteps » Thu Jan 06, 2005 1:50 am

David85 wrote:Is it in Solomon Pond Mall?

I think that's the mall, all I know it is around Worsters somewhere. :D

There are two in Mass and I don't know which one is which.

Solomon Pond is out on either I495 or I295 (can't remember which). The one I was at is at the junction of Rte 3 & 128. For me, the most notable parts were red 33-slope corners, black 45-slope corners, and 1x4 fences. I also stocked up on bits and pieces of this & that. Some of the smaller Creator robots sets were on sale (got 2) and a black pod - just to try it.

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