LEGO Ideas Old Fishing Store Achieves 10,000 Supporters

The Old Fishing Store by robenanne is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. This was a very popular project when it first went live in December. I’m not exactly sure where the traffic was coming from but in a little bit over a month, it didn’t take long for the project to get the required number of supporters to get into the First 2016 Review Stage.

As for the project itself, it has the popular modular style that many builders desire and it is not short of design. It consists of 2,160 pieces and has three floors with a removable roof and the back wall able to be opened. The building has a very realistic look with the brown and sand green bricks used. There are also three minifigures included with the proposal.

The Old Fishing Store now joins the Fossil Museum, the Gingerbread House, and the Modular Train Station as the projects that qualify for the First 2016 Review Stage. Keep in mind that all four of these projects so far are non-licensed projects which is what LEGO is trying to push with their Creative Ideas Wanted campaign.

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  • Al

    The last picture in the post shows 4 minifigs not 3.

  • Norse Highlander

    Very beautiful, though it might not have a chance.

  • NRD1138

    Really terrific set, just like the mod train station, but Ideas is not going to make any such sets large detailed sets (and no, the GB HQ is not an Ideas set). I think people would have a chance if they try to make a set such as this on a budget of more around 50 USD, the chances of such a set being made would be greater (though ‘quality’ of the design would suffer)

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  • Jason Martin

    Man if we can get this and that boat repair shop of similar design I’d be so happy.