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LEGO 910035 Logging Railway is a 2,731 piece BrickLink set with 3 minifigs released in 2024 with a limited production of only 30,000 sets. It features a 0-4-0 locomotive, a flat car with a generator, a logging wagon with logs, a "Bobber" style caboose, and the roof of the locomotive and the caboose is removable, and both have interior details and room for minifigures. It was created by Ties van Asseldonk. The set is based the fictional company/train line Planter & Children Logging Co.

Once retired, the expected annual growth will be close to 6% after the second year, which will value the set between $252 and $266 shortly after it is retired.

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(DE) Bricklink Logging Railway 910035 / PRE-ORDER (01.11 shipping)
$427.49
+103.6%
(DE) BrickLink Designer Program 910035 Logging Railway - Preorder
$427.49
+103.6%
(US) Presale Lego Bricklink Designer Series 2 Logging Railway
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$524.99
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Year 2024
Pieces / Minifigs 3,050 / 8
Availability Retired
910034 LEGO Brick Cross Train Station
Retail $279.99
Value $559.21
Growth  99.7%
Annual growth 6.9%
Year 2024
Pieces / Minifigs 2,809 / 5
Availability Retail
910038 LEGO Ominous Isle
Retail $239.99
Available at retail
Year 2024
Pieces / Minifigs 2,207 / 4
Availability Retail
910036 LEGO Ocean House
Retail $199.99
Available at retail
Year 2024
Pieces / Minifigs 964 / 3
Availability Retired
910037 LEGO Mushroom House
Retail $89.99
Value $218.57
Growth  142.9%
Annual growth 6.9%
The Planter & Children Logging Co. is a fictional logging company and railway, based in central Oregon, USA. The railway was built to transport felled logs out of the forest and down to the saw mill, but is also used by the loggers to transport themselves and their tools to and from the work site.

The locomotive pulling the train today is "Toto", the oldest locomotive in service at the railway. Toto is a 0-4-0 locomotive built in the 1890s, and is a typical logging locomotive for the time. Today it's showing its age however, and most logging companies would have replaced the loco for a more modern type a long time ago. But the engine has been kept in such good condition that it's still in regular use on the railway, and is sure to run for many more years.

Behind the loco is a flat car transporting a generator, followed by a logging wagon loaded up with freshly felled logs. Bringing up the rear of the train is an old "Bobber" style caboose, used by the logging crew use to...
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