Anglo Aircraft

Lego Concorde

We’re mostly a Lego car blog here at the, er… Lego Car Blog, but occasionally we do take a look at the other forms of transport available to the Lego builder. Today our Elves discovered recreations of two of the most famous aircraft to come out of Britain, the De Havilland Mosquito light bomber and the beautiful Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde supersonic airliner.

The World War 2 Mosquito is the work of building-team Jon and Catherine Stead, whilst the gorgeous Concorde model comes from newcomer Table Top Models. Click the links above to see all the photos.

Lego De Haviland Mosquito Bomber

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4 thoughts on “Anglo Aircraft

  1. Robert nichts says:

    Sometimes I write Hello again and one last you because you do not get me apparently I would like to have plans and not just photos of you because I am Lego collectors and builders and no photo gucker hope eating times now arrived honest I have quite as at 40 mails from you, and no single blueprint eat here I hope you understand me or they finally what I want, if not then we can all greeting Mr. Lechner from Austria

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    • Hello Mr. Nichts

      Thank you for your message.

      It’s a little difficult to understand, but we think you are asking if there are instructions available for the models that appear here.

      Sorry, unfortunately most models that we show here do not have instructions. These models are created by Lego fans, not the LEGO company, and thus there are no instructions available.

      However, some builders may be willing to sell their models. The Concorde in this post is for sale, and you can contact the builder by clicking on the link in the text.

      Kinds regards

      TLCB Team

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  2. Congratulations to the one who did this little aircraft!

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  3. […] Costin was an aircraft engineer who worked on the wooden framed De Havilland Mosquito bomber. Following the war his brother, Mike Costin (who later founded Cosworth) started work at […]

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