My Lego Haul from Andy’s Brick Shop

About a week ago I got a chance to check out Andy’s Brick Shop in Langhorne, PA. It is one of the biggest Lego resellers that I know of. There is so much to see there. They had something for every type of Lego collector. Vintage? Ninjago? Bulk Lego? They have it all and the prices are comparable to buying them online. I had to take a couple of walk throughs of the store before I can even narrow down what I wanted. I was traveling so I couldn’t buy too much but here is what I decided to get.

One thing I always wanted to get into but couldn’t find at a good price was the Lego board games. I find most of them to be fun, easy to learn light games. They were released a bit before I got into Lego. But I was happy to pick up two games, Banana Balance and the Harry Potter Hogwarts Game. They join my only other Lego board game in my collection, Pirate Plank. I actually got the Pirate Plank game at a thrift store (missing a few easy to replace pieces) and Andy’s Brick Shop had a copy of it for $25 so it has some value and I am very happy to get it for much cheaper.

The big purchase I was waffling on is this pre- built Ferris Wheel. It was part of the Amusement Park Roller Coaster set which I always wanted (and still do). My latest project has been an amusement park so this Ferris Wheel will fit right in. I already have a little MOC roller coaster and a little carnival games area. The set was a pain to carry around while traveling but I am so happy I decided to get it.

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  1. I had never heard of this store but it’s only about 3.5 hours or so from my house. What sort of older/prebuilt stuff is there? Are there sets from the 90s?

    • So the store is in the Oxford Valley Mall. They organize their shelves by the theme for example Star Wars or Ninjago. I did see a couple of 90’s Lego sets there when I went but people are always trading in sets some pre built, some sealed so the stock is always changing. But there are always a lot of things for sale although some themes has more of a shelf presence like Star Wars has a big section. They also have a ton of minifigures for sale and bulk lego you can buy by the bucket. It is a ton of a fun if you can make it there.

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