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  • Altered    States - Uses two or three Lego sets to create alternate models using    only those pieces. Includes descriptions, links, and photographs. 

  • A&M Lego Place -    Provides information about Mindstorm controlled Lego trains, pov ray images,    building instructions, military models, and an animated tank. 

  • Anton's Lego - POV-Ray    raytracing program used to create Lego projects. Ten quick time animated    features, links, and a what's new page. 

  • Ardjans YALP: Yet Another Lego    Page - Features a scanned Lego cardset, the CD-Rom catalog, and pictures    of pirates set and a Technic shuttle. 

  • Ben's World of ABS - Features    Reinhard "Ben" Beneke's Lego trains, original creations, towns,    bridges, trucks, model team, ancient models, a large pirate ship, and Lego    motor history. 

  • Big    Chief's Lego Page - Photo gallery of Lego creations includes space and    town sets. Links provided. 

  • The Bi-wing Baron's Lego    Airport - Features a 'quizlet', news, Star Wars set, downloads, and a    Lego cursor. 

  • Bob's Lego    Page - Pictures, descriptions of Bob Easterbrook's original Lego    creations, his code, as well as links featured. 

  • Brad's    Lego Mania: Lego Builder - Some original models and scenes displayed.    Features a detailed movie theater, Star Wars cruiser, wooly mammoth, and Mr.    Hankey the Christmas Poo. 

  • BrickFrenzy - A large collection    of Lego projects with photographs and description, including technic, space,    mecha, town, and sculpture. Links to BrikWars. 

  • Calum's    Lego Page - Photo gallery and description of Lego trains, towns, robot,    truck, aircraft, and minifigs. Links to list of sets owned, rtlToronto    Group, and a disturbing image. 

  • Colin's Lego Tech - Features    space vehicle and mech photographs and descriptions, a Belt War timeline,    building hints, and trade offers. 

  • Conark's Lego    Thoughts - Theories about what the next themes or products coming out    will be. 

  • Dave B.'s Lego    Site - View Dave's main themes, Lego Technic, and robotics. Features 3D    models, books, and Lego creations. 

  • Dave's Lego -    Photographs, description, and links to Lego models and projects. Provides    summary and statistics information and complete set list. 

  • Derek's Lego Page    - Projects include Millennium Falcon, three Mechs, trains, and a town. Text    based Lego documents feature a guide to acronyms on rec.toys.lego and the    Lego Geek Code. 

  • Duane's    Lego Page - Detailed flight images, ground vehicles, droids, and the    minifig piano. 

  • Dwayne's Lego - Includes trade and    sale items, current Lego library project, and train photographs. 

  • Ed Boxer's Lego    Creations - Features five early works, a castle, a cathedral, a town,    and photographs from a trip to Lego headquarters. 

  • Ed's Lego Projects -    Features Mindstorms robots, and the stop-motion Lego epic, 'Oil Rig: The    Movie'. 

  • Eric Kinglsey's Lego    - Includes original space, town, castle, and train creations. Also, a    LEGObet designed in LDraw may be downloaded. A NELUG member. 

  • Eric's Lego    Page - Cool color QuickCam photographs and GIF animations of Lego    creations. 

  • Erik J.'s Lego Page    - Links to a Lego panetteria (small bread shop), and a collection of models    used for the game BrikWars. 

  • Erik Wilson's    Lego Creations - Links to a grab bag of descriptions and photographs of    Greco-Roman, Real Scale Town, Space, Santa's Village, Napoleanics, and    Legofest pictures. 

  • Figless - Resource    dedicated to non-minifig scale Lego constructs. Features original creations,    the UT tower and Skeleton Island. 

  • The Foundry DX - Celebrates the    creation of models using the medium of Lego. Some content original while    other is based on fictional and non-fictional creations. 

  • Frank's Lego    Page - Original creations or MOC pages featured. Includes work details,    photographs, discussions of castles, pirate, space, town, and train themes. 

  • Frank's Trains    and Towns - Features models in train and town themes, and a few computer    generated Lego images. In German and English. 

  • Freight's Lego Page -    Photograph gallery with details provided. Current project includes plans for    'The Dark Town'. Biography, guest book, and links available. 

  • Gateway to Paradise -    Photographs and comments about meets, LegoFests, and other related events    since 1996. 

  • Gerald Swanson's Lego Creations -    Links to photographs of train model, an 87 inch long trestle, space shuttle,    and drawing programs. 

  • Hafhead.com -    Showcases original Lego creations including space, trains, and towns.    Features news, CAD, and links. 

  • Hari's Net Home - An interesting    Lego bop-it project, puzzle, alternate models based on advent calendar,    magic trick, short Star Wars animation, and links featured. 

  • Heliogorge's    Fun with Lego - Lego designs include cathedral, carousel, starships,    saucers, and robots. 

  • Holly's    Little World of Lego - Nativity scenes, castles, chalets, stable, and a    photograph of a bride and groom minifig on top of real wedding cake. 

  • Idleworm Lego Models    - A Gothic Revival mansion, the Salyut 7 space station, and the Apollo Lunar    Lander featured. 

  • Inosuke's    Lego Amigo Cinema - Movie panels from The Matrix, Monty Python's Holy    Grail, Doverman, Desperado, and Star Wars Trilogy. Part of a Japanese site. 

  • Jason's    Brickburg - Instructions for alternative models using pieces from    official sets. Includes space, town, and castle creations. 

  • Jerry's Lego Creations    - Features Lemmy and the Cruisers the Legoville hit band, cruiser,    microcopter, Cthulu, OCP robot, and all the details. 

  • Joel's    Lego Creations - Star Wars, castle, city, space, and a WWII Pacific    Island airstrip are the featured models. 

  • John's    Lego Page - Scanned images of 60's and 70's catalogs from the UK and    Japan. 

  • John's Lego Site - Mail    site owner a brick and receive a listing on the Roll of Honor. Showcases    town and wild west themes. Links to Beatle parody. 

  • Jonathan Woodward's    Lego - Interesting creations and some random Lego musings. Models    include the TIE Interceptor and Mindstorm designs based on the miniatures    game Ogre. 

  • Kaz's    Duplo - Provides a history for Duplo collecting, list of sets wanted,    pictures, and links to club. 

  • Kim's Lego Page -    Trains, buildings, bridges, space, kids creations, the Lego storage room,    and a black rhino project on display. Links included. 

  • King of Lego -    Expert tower builder shares his secrets. Photographs and description of    table top droid and a hot rod dragster. 

  • KK Quah's Lego Creations    - Asian themed castles and monuments available for viewing at the    Brickshelf. Also, a Lego Giant Wheelbot featured. 

  • Laura's Lego Page - Laura    recalls two letters from her youth from Lego, and the castle she built in    college. Also, displays a set of minifigs inspired by Aquaman. Trains and    going to shows are now her primary interest. Links provided. 

  • Lego Building Instructions and    Catalogs - Text and graphic scans of numerous Lego models organized by    theme, number, or name. 

  • Lego Combine by Tyler    Mierau - A Spectrum 1998 first place winner. The 3000 piece model runs    just like a real combine. Pictures and details provided about the project. 

  • Lego on my Mind - Eric Brok's    thoughts on Lego. Includes train, space, and building models, legoseum,    quotes from newsgroup, robotics, and links. 

  • Lego Realistic -    Cars, trains, spaceships, robots, and Lego versions of Christian parables:    The Gospel According to Lego and The Good Bellvillite. 

  • Lego    Tech - Fan presents ideas and models from within the world of Lego    engineering. Text focuses on the Caterham 7 Replica and other sports models. 

  • LegoMan3930's Lego Site    - Pictures and descriptions of Mindstorm robots, programs used, and homemade    parts. 

  • Leo's Lego Designs -    Showcases Amsterdam canal house, Lego inspired office and work station, toy    trains and town, and a personal Technic Idea Book. 

  • Lugjam Lego Models - Images of    original and Star Wars Lego models plus hints and tips on buying a Lego    collection. 

  • Macleod    's Lego Page - Main interest is in castle sets and collecting old rare    shields and minifigs. 

  • Marcus'    Lego Creations - Young fan has successfully created Mindstorm robots,    Tornado, the Professor, and the Dunkobat. The 'EMW', a complex robot, was    created for a Danish competition. 

  • Mark's Front Page    - A compendium of tips for Linux users, PIC programmers, STAMPers, Lego    builders, Mindstorms hackers, and amateur robotics fans. 

  • Mark's Lego Pages    - Set reviews, magazine archives, football listings, character files, Fun    World history, and links to LegoChoice Awards. 

  • Marlons Lego Page -    Sculptures of Darth Maul, R2 D2, and a Gibson SG guitar featured. Also, a    Star Wars wrestling video, and minifig characters, Dr. Who, Stompin Tom    Connors, and the band, AC-DC. 

  • Michael Ulring's    Lego - Pictures of massive city, garages, seaport, town, castles, and    views of Lego storage system. 

  • Michael's    Lego Page - Displays favorite model team kit, hot rods, dragster, and an    air pressure powered pneumatic pump. 

  • Mladen's LEGO Creations    - Creations about mecha, spacecraft and ground vehicles. 

  • Paul Foster's Lego Page -    Pictures of town vehicles, fire trucks, and train-based support vehicles.    Includes a link to a trade page. 

  • Peter Guenther's Lego Creations -    Photographs and description for Lego projects from Adventurers, Space,    Aquazone, Star Wars, Castle, Town, and Train sets. 

  • Playing again with Lego - A gallery    of creations built with Duplo and Lego bricks. 

  • Scooterville    - Photographs of past Space creations, Scooterville fire equipment,    vehicles, and images from a Lego Robotics class offered at CWRU. 

  • Scott    Sanburn's Personal Lego - History of the site, minifig universe, Lego    creations, events, storage information, sets, and a want list. 

  • Sean's Lego    Pictures - R.E.B.E.L. Files includes pictures of monster truck, dune    buggies, airfields, mountains, and weaponry. Also, U.S.S.E stolen files and    weapon information. 

  • Sergei Egorov's Lego -    Pneumatics and gear pages with detailed technical information. 

  • Stephen's Lego Brick Page    - Features pirate, castle, and space creations, as well as a modular space    transport design. 

  • Steve's    Lego Creations - Pictures of trains, a Christmas card, Pacific NW LEGO    Train Club, and LegoLand Billund. 

  • 3T: Technic and Trains by Ton -    Provides a Lego Technic reference list and a Lego 9V Train Reference list.    Also, links to trades and auctions, and a want list. 

  • Thomas' Lego    Page - Train drawings, chat room, town, racing team, and Blacktron    models featured. 

  • Tim Drage's Lego a-go-go    - Bizarre Lego creations and movies by Tim Drage and Tony Mines 

  • Tim's Lego - List    of recent sets, wants, and a bucket breakdown information. Pictures of Lego    collection and local events. 

  • T.J.'s Unique Lego Technic Creations    and Ideas - Various crane and bridge models, ideas, and links. Biography    and contact information available. 

  • Travis' Lego Site - Shows    models created with CAD programs. Also, wallpaper, updates, and links    available. 

  • The VanZwieten's    Lego Page - Resource for fans interested in discovering more about the    hobby. Describes and provides links for virtual drawing, a flexible hoses    library, Datsville, and display of Lego creations. 

  • Weird Richard's Lego Bricks -    Numerous lessons using Lego bricks. Provides lesson plans and activities. 

  • X-Brick - Original creations, space    models, cars, trains, and robots featured. Pictures of LegoLand Billund,    shareware downloads, guestbook, and links. 

  • Zonker's Main Lego Page -    Provides photographs and description of Canadian train building spree held    in Alberta, fire and rescue models, and space bases
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  • Castle    Lego - Review Lego castles of the past, present, and future. Features a    chat room. 

  • Castle Set Reviews    - Rates and reviews for a variety of castle sets. From Adequate.com. 

  • Castle World -    Displays medieval structures, minifig characterizations, and stories and    pictures from Brickfest. 

  • Dan's Lego Model    Gallery - Features Blood Stone Castle and Chronicles. History of the    castle, details of the medieval era, and photographs of the village, inn,    ship, and war machine. 

  • Ed Boxer's Lego    Castle - Photographs and detailed description of each part of the castle    set. Links and a guest book provided. 

  • Historical Lego Castles -    Nineteen accurate Lego models of historical castles such as Chillon Castle,    Chateau d'Etampes, and Hever Castle. 

  • Lego Castle Set Database    - Provides a list and description of each castle set in the series. 

  • Lego    Castle System Set Reviews - Rating, description, and impression of    several castle sets. Archived review from rec.toys.lego. 

  • Lego System Castle - Lugnet    discussion board and castle set information. 

  • PC's Lego Empire - Preston    and Catherine Crow's models. Contains photographs of their Lego empire,    raytraced castle ideas, and interesting anachronisms. 

  • Shiri Dori's CastLego -    Interesting castle characters, the Bloodstone Inn, Helfire, Lion's Cove, and    Lego stories. Includes description of the building process, minifig pages,    and links.
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  • Anders'    Mindstorms - Showcases a variety projects including a Yatzymatic, a    Pinball machine, and a cooler. Site also includes information on programming    and sensors. 

  • Brian Connors:    Lego Mindstorm Information - Provides a reference guide to everything    you'll need to get started with Mindstorms, Not Quite C code snippets, and    links to RCX programming. 

  • brickOS - An alternative    operating system for the Lego Mindstorms RCX Controller. Includes    documentation and downloads. 

  • Bricx Command    Center - Software to program the RCX in NQC(no new firmware needed.)    Includes many useful tools for debugging, NQC tutorial, and neat colored    code viewing. 

  • Fred's World -    Article compares and answers questions about differences between MIT    programmable bricks and Lego Mindstorms. Also, features the Lego Robot    Design Competition, the active Lego baseplate, and robotic links. 

  • InfraDreadnaughts    - A collection of Lego RCX combat robots, includes RotoKiller, AlienEater,    and Helichopper. 

  • John Barnes: Mindstorms Projects    Information - Photographs and details for two robotic projects. 

  • Jumpstation:    LightScan - Features a lightscan built from the Robotics Invention Kit    1.5. Animated photographs and description provided. 

  • Lego Design and Programming    System - Features software for controlling LEGO Dacta serial interface    box. 

  • Lego Mindstorms - Provides the    latest official news and information about Mindstorm products. Links to    Robohunter 2: Spycity, Stormrunner, 3D: Simulator, missions, tips and    tricks. 

  • Lego Mindstorms Internals    - For Lego supergeeks. A project to reverse-engineer the computer interface    in order to make your own software. 

  • Lego    Mindstorms Robot Arena - Dedicate to autonomous robotic combat using the    Lego system. Provides tournament rules, roster, and link resources. 

  • Lego Mindstorms    Sensor Input - How to make many new homebrew sensors for RCX with links    to other sensor projects. Includes information about the book, Extreme    Mindstorms: An Advanced Guide to Lego Mindstorms. 

  • Lego Mindstorms Set    Database - Pictures and description details for 20 model, sets, kits,    and systems. Lugnet guide. 

  • Lego Palm: Tijger    Tsou - A Palm VII handheld device made from nothing but Lego bricks,    without using any glue. 

  • leJOS - Java based operating    system for Lego Mindstorms RCX. Includes FAQs, downloads, robot files and    utilities. 

  • Macs Robots -    Contains Mindstorms constructions and tips. With NQC programs and building    instructions for most models. 

  • Mindstormed    - Offers a robo lab challenge contest, RCX expander input, book review, and    two Lego projects. 

  • NQC (Not Quite C) - NQC is a    C-like language for programming the LEGO robot. Provides a text based    alternative to the graphical bricks that comes with the RIS. See BricxCC for    a nice user interface to the NQC compiler. 

  • Philo's Home Page - Lego    Mindstorms constructions and tips, NQC programs, LeoCAD instructions and    robot that takes panoramic pictures. 

  • Programing the Lego    Micro Scout - Discusses codes, technical programming, and motor actions    for the Micro Scout. 

  • Roligheds Lego Mindstorms    - Detailed descriptions, pictures, NQC-programs and animations of inventions    - among them a typewriter and slot machine. 

  • The Shop - A    variety of machines and robots made from Lego Technic parts. Includes solar    panels, five axis mill, a lathe, and the gantry mill models. 

  • Techno-Stuff - Provides    information about Mindstorms RCX sensors, a controller, virtual images of    Lego parts, and techniques for building Lego robots. 

  • TFM's Lego Inventions    - Features original ideas, designs, and models including the controlled Lego    train crossing, cable car model, inverted hopper, and images of RCX    controlled train. 

  • TinyVM - Very small Java VM,    and firmware replacement for Lego Mindstorms RCX. Progenitor of leJOS. 

  • WebBrick - Software    to allow control of your LEGO Mindstorms robot over the Internet using an    interface on your webpage.
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