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LEGO Disney Train and Station Coming Soon!

All aboard! Today, LEGO announced the arrival of the #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station set! Below are the press release with set description, pricing, availability, and other details. Look through the information and let’s discuss!

LEGO brick and Disney fans alike will be able to build their very own scale version of the famous steam-powered locomotives as seen at Disney theme parks around the world with the new #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station. Each of the cars has room for several minifigures to sit. The parlor car features rich interior detailing including armchairs, tables complete with flower vases, and a small tea set. The train measures an impressive 77cm when all the carriages are connected making it the perfect size for the 16-piece track.

The set also comes with LEGO Powered Up elements, concealed within the tender car, and classic LEGO magnetic couplers to connect the carriages and move the train. The train has app-controlled functionality, meaning builders can use their smart phone or tablet to drive the train forward, reverse, and emit realistic sound effects. The Disney Parks-inspired train station features miniature locomotives and picture frames with details inspired by the actual stations. Inside the station you will also find an array of intricate brick-built furnishings and details, including draped windows, wall clock, ceiling chandelier and a tower room with a little LEGO surprise! The train station measures over 39cm high and 35cm long giving the perfect backdrop for the LEGO Disney train.

Here is the official description of the set: Celebrate the magic with the LEGO Disney Train and Station! Gather the family for a rewarding build and play experience with the #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station. Kids will love to join Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Chip, Dale, and Goofy for magical adventures with this awesome LEGO train set, featuring a motorized steam-style locomotive with tender, passenger car and a luxurious parlor car, plus an oval track and an iconic Disney Parks-style station building. This set comes with an array of cool details, including app-controlled functionality. Use a smart phone or tablet to drive the locomotive forward or reverse, and emit realistic sound effects. Joining up the train cars is simple with the magnetic LEGO couplings, and the panels on the parlor car open for access to its detailed interior complete with table, armchairs, teapot, and cup. And the fun doesn’t end there! Inside the toy train station building there’s an array of intricate brick-built furnishings and details, including draped windows, wall clock, ceiling chandelier, and a tower room with a little LEGO surprise!

  • Includes 5 uniquely decorated LEGO Disney minifigures with accessories: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Chip, Dale, and Goofy minifigures.
  • The LEGO Disney Train and Station includes 16 curved pieces and 4 straight pieces of track, locomotive, tender, passenger car, parlor car, and an iconic station building.
  • Locomotive features a large red fender, red wheels with working coupling rods, a big smoke stack and a driver’s cab.
  • Tender contains a #88009 LEGO Powered Up Hub and a #88011 LEGO Powered Up Train Motor.
  • Train and sound effects can be controlled via a smart device. Connect via Bluetooth from the LEGO Powered Up app.
  • Requires batteries (not included). Please refer to the product packaging for type and quantity.
  • Passenger car has seating for the LEGO Disney minifigures.
  • Remove the panel on the parlor car to access a rich interior with table, armchairs, teapot, and cup.
  • Station exterior features a detailed facade with balcony, clock and 2 flagged towers.
  • Station interior features a ticket counter, café corner and an array of brick-built furnishings and details, including draped windows, wall clock, ceiling chandelier and a tower room with a little LEGO Disney surprise.
    Easily connect the cars with the included LEGO magnetic couplings.
  • This LEGO building toy includes 2,925 pieces.
  • The LEGO Disney train toy (in total) measures over 4” (12cm) high, 30” (78cm) long and 3” (8cm) wide.
  • The LEGO Disney train station building measures over 15” (39cm) high, 14” (36cm) wide and 6” (16cm) deep.
  • The oval rail track diameter measures over 37” (96cm) long and 27” (70cm) wide.
  • Recommended for ages 12+.

Here are some additional pictures of the interior, showing some of the decorations, accessories, and minifigures. Note the cute little model trains, the partially hidden 2×3 printed Disney Castle tile, and the roof decorations made with black droid legs and handcuffs!

The #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station will be available for LEGO VIP members on August 21st with a wider release on September 1st. Prices are as follows: US $329.99 – CA $379.99 – DE €329.99 – UK £299.99 – FR €329.99 – DK 2499DKK (Euro pricing varies by country). To purchase the set visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station is not just a complete set in itself, but it can also make an excellent addition to the #71040 LEGO Disney Castle. Plus, it has plenty of seats for other Disney minifigs and Disney theme park guests to take a ride. What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Disney Train and Station set? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • FrenchToast August 13, 2019, 10:08 AM

    Oh, my, I wasn’t expecting this! I love the colors of the set! The station looks so nice, and so is the train. And I love Minnie! I wonder why they changed her skirt to cloth.

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:16 PM

      Minnie has a cloth skirt so she can sit down inside the train. 🙂

  • Joseph D. August 13, 2019, 12:02 PM

    It’s really nice looking, but wow, that price! It’s probably due to the power functions. They should have included that as an optional add-on.

  • Master Builder August 13, 2019, 12:43 PM

    I see several new parts, like the black handcuffs for that awesome ironwork, new pieces in nougat, and of course the minifigs. Is Goofy’s hat a detachable piece? The train seems to be wider than normal. Eight studs, maybe?

    • Håkan August 13, 2019, 5:24 PM

      I’d guess Goofy’s hat is premolded to his head. He’s rarely seen without it in his most iconic apparance, anyway.

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:15 PM

      Yes, the train is eight studs wide, wider than other trains.

  • LEGOJeff August 13, 2019, 1:27 PM

    The station looks so nice. It reminds me of the modular fire station. I really like the color of the roof, the windows, and the black decorations. The trains seems a little too simple for me, but it matches the source material.

  • Will August 13, 2019, 2:24 PM

    I had no idea this was coming up.

    I still haven’t put together my Disney Castle. Looks like I need to do some catching up.

  • Maya McMullan August 13, 2019, 3:59 PM

    oh my…. I wanted the Disney Castle, but it doesn’t fit with the majority of what the SO and I have on display (and we have no room to display something that large). This is so tempting! I think I may be glad I can’t afford it. I wish I could get hold of a Goofy at least.

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:14 PM

      It’s very likely that LEGO will release Goofy either in another set or a future Collectible Minifig Series. They rarely make moulds just for one set. At least that’s the hope. 🙂

      • Håkan August 15, 2019, 8:52 AM

        Hmm, wonder if that appearance will differ much from this version. In the US appearances he usually seems to have a lime green hat, orange sweater, black vest and blue trousers. in Denmark and Italy he usually has a blue hat, red sweater, black vest and blue trousers, In Netherlands he has a blue hat, orange sweater, black vest and blue trousers, and in France apparently an orange hat, red sweater, black vest and blue trousers… Although it’s likely Lego will go the US route by default…

        • Håkan August 15, 2019, 8:56 AM

          Also the shoes are usually yellow in Italy, but mostly brown anywhere else…

          His Goof Troop variant is a bit different, but it feels a bit less iconic and dated nowadays as a probable choice…

          • Håkan August 15, 2019, 8:58 AM

            *less iconic, and also a bit dated* … I could have written that more clearly…

  • The Other Mark August 13, 2019, 4:10 PM

    Expensive, but it looks really good. I wonder why they made the train engine dark green. Isn’t the original dark blue? I like either color, just wondering. The train station is beautifully detailed.

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:13 PM

      My understanding is that there is more than one version of the train; some dark-green, some dark-blue.

  • Mark Avery August 13, 2019, 6:50 PM

    Like others, the price is over my head. I wish the station and motor were sold separately.. Extra straight. track would also help— but that’s an old complaint.

  • Robert B Hunter August 13, 2019, 7:09 PM

    Wow, looks awesome!

    I do have one question: Does it come with a train remote https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/remote-control-88010 ?

    I’m getting the feeling that this you need to buy this item extra. Granted a lot of people have smart phones, but for that price… well, it’s a Disney item, so it’s going to naturally cost more. 🙂

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:10 PM

      Robert, the set does not come with a remote. It is controlled by the Powered Up app. If you prefer a remote, you would have to get it separately. I do agree with you that they should have really added a remote just like they have done with the other Powered Up trains.

      • Rob August 14, 2019, 9:26 AM

        Heh, used autofill and my full name on my comment above. 😀 Maybe it was a cost saving move for as much as the model is, but at the same time I think it looks better to have the remote with the set. “I’m paying this much and if I want to get the remote and not have my kid using my phone I gotta pay nearly $25 extra?!” Well… whatever works.

        • admin August 14, 2019, 11:05 AM

          I totally agree, and I would have wanted a remote with this set too. The app is not bad, but it’s kind of inconvenient. Plus, who knows how long LEGO is going to support the app. Without it it’s not possible to turn on or run the train. That’s why I recommend picking up a remote for future-proofing.

          • Rob August 14, 2019, 4:07 PM

            Oh, good point on how long Lego supports the app. With any luck there might be an upgrade available as with from Power Functions to Powered Up, but it would be cheaper and wiser to get the remote now. Oh, and I could see this set become a collectible and being able to fully use it would give it more value.

  • Matthew August 13, 2019, 7:32 PM

    Lego is killing me. I am trying to stop buying sets for a while and this doesn’t help my addiction……

    • admin August 13, 2019, 9:12 PM

      Matthew, no need to rush. This set will be around for a while. I do feel your pain though. So many great sets have been coming out lately!

  • Legostuff14 August 13, 2019, 10:15 PM

    I think it’s a great set but, do you think Lego is putting it out too soon while they are still having trouble with the new VIP program . ( I called customer service. And it’s still a mess). Unless they’re counting on the draw of the set to pick up their sales and maybe customers won’t care about the VIP problems. Just a curious question.🤔

    • admin August 14, 2019, 10:41 AM

      My guess is that the two events are not related as they are managed by completely different departments. In fact, the VIP program is now managed by a third party, so they would have no influence on when this set is released. I do agree that the botched release of the VIP program can effect their sales. I’m sure if it starts to get too painful financially, they will make some changes. But for now, I’m getting the vibe that they are confident the VIP program will work out after the initial hiccups. What I’m hearing through the Ambassador Forum is that relatively few people are still having problems.

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