Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Push-Along Passenger Steam Train since June 2016. High accuracy
7715 Push-Along Passenger Steam Train was a 449 piece Trains set with 5 minifigs released in 1985. It was also called "Passenger Train Set Without Motor". The current value for a new and sealed Push-Along Passenger Steam Train is estimated at $763 with an average yearly gain of about 4%. The current used prices for Push-Along Passenger Steam Train can be found in the range of $118 and $180 depending on the set's condition, with an average price of $150 if it is in good overall condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(KR) / seal is opened.
$700.00
-8.2%
(JP) Push-Along Passenger Steam Train 7715 Vintage 1985s Original New
$1,255.00
+64.6%
(US) NEW Lego TRAIN 4.5 V 7715 Push-Along Passenger Steam Train * Sealed
BrickEconomy Choice
$1,299.99
+70.5%

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 7715 Push-Along Passenger Steam Train.

Sets in Trains / 4.5V / 12V

Theme / Subtheme Trains / 4.5V / 12V
Year 1985
Pieces / Minifigs 736 / 10
Availability Retired
7745 LEGO High-Speed City Express Passenger Train Set
Retail $96.50
Value $1,219.50
Growth 1163.7%
Annual growth 6.8%
Theme / Subtheme Trains / 4.5V / 12V
Year 1985
Pieces / Minifigs 509 / 2
Availability Retired
7735 LEGO Freight Train Set
Retail $72.50
Value $1,622.05
Growth 2137.3%
Annual growth 8.1%
Theme / Subtheme Trains / 4.5V / 12V
Year 1985
Pieces / Minifigs 495 / 3
Availability Retired
7722 LEGO Steam Cargo Train Set
Retail $68.50
Value $538.63
Growth 686.3%
Annual growth 6.8%
Theme / Subtheme Trains / 4.5V / 12V
Year 1985
Pieces / Minifigs 147 / 1
Availability Retired
7817 LEGO Trains Crane Wagon
Retail $15.99
Value $151.28
Growth 846.1%
Annual growth 5.1%
Theme / Subtheme Trains / 4.5V / 12V
Year 1985
Pieces / Minifigs 129 / 1
Availability Retired
7835 LEGO Trains Road Crossing
Retail $19.25
Value $130.01
Growth 575.4%
Annual growth 2.9%
The LEGO® Train is a real playtain. You actually build it yourself, any way you like it. The simplest way to power the trains is just by pushing. But any train can be supplemented with a motor either powered by 4.5 volt batteries or a 12 volt transformer via electric rails. Whatever power-system you choose you can lift the roof off the waggons to make new seating arrangements for the passengers or move the freight etc.
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