The sawmill and forge illustrated what could be accomplished with very limited amounts of basic bricks. There was nothing flashy to worry about. There were no pieces designed specifically for one set or function. The ideas in that book actually inspired children to combine elements from all the themes to create something better than the original sets.
Man I'm getting nostalgic!! I loved the sets back then. They had basic parts that allowed you more freedom to create anything you could think of. Sets now have larger bulk pieces that can oly be used in certain ways. I even like looking back at the classic space creations. Anyway, this looks like it is going to be an interesting topic here on the forum and I can't wait to see more.
wlister wrote:This was available at Toy City in West Edmonton Mall, so it was available from more than just S@H.
DragonMaster wrote:The sawmill would have been better with brown bricks.
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