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All Aboard! New Trains are Hitting LEGO City in June

It’s about time: LEGO is finally rolling out a new stock of trains in its long-running LEGO City range. The trains have remained a backbone of the range for many years, with models taking much longer than most to get replaced.

But we’re finally seeing a new passenger train, a new freight train, and even a brand new train station.

The three sets release on 1st June in Europe, and 1st August in North America. Let’s take a look at them all, shall we?

LEGO City 60337 Express Passenger Train

  • RRP £129.99/$179.99
  • 764 pieces
  • 6 minifigures
  • Age 7+

A driver’s cab and two passenger carts make up the next LEGO City Express Passenger Train. This one comes with a good amount of track (16 curved pieces and 8 straight pieces) and Powered Up functions. What we especially like is that the power functions come with a remote control – something that few sets still get, in favour of an app (though you can use an app here if you prefer). There’s also working lights on the train – super cool. See more details on

LEGO City 60336 Freight Train

  • RRP £159.99/$189.99
  • 1,153 pieces
  • 6 minifigures
  • Age 7+

There’s a lot going on in the Freight Train set, but we love it. Along with the train and its carriages, there’s a forklift, a couple of small cars and, more importantly, a lot of track. You’ll get 16 curved pieces, 16 straight pieces and a switch. Like the Passenger Train, this one also comes with Powered Up controls, also with a remote control. Read more about it on

LEGO City 60335 Train Station

  • RRP £69.99/$99.99
  • 907 pieces
  • 6 minifigures
  • Age 7+

What good is a train system without a station? We’re loving this 907-piece station and all the details it packs in. There’s of course the station and platform itself, with grinningly-good branding. There’s also a portaloo, a work truck, and a commuter bus to help people reach the station. Oh, and a LEGO City road plate with a train crossing on it finish it off nicely.

Written by Kim

Hi, I'm Kim, the creator of I loved Lego as a kid, but didn't get back into the plastic bricks until my late 20s. In the last several years that love has become an obsession, and Lego has taken over my house, and my life! When I'm not building Lego, I'm likely to be playing video games or writing about them: I'm also the co-owner of

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