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Enlighten Passenger Cars Compared to LEGO Passenger Cars: Emerald Night and Hogwarts Express


This is a side by side comparison of the Enlighten Deluxe Passenger Car and the passenger car from the LEGO Emerald Night set, and I also compare the Enlighten regular Passenger Car to the passenger car of the Hogwarts Express. Many people have asked me to show some of my LEGO and LEGO compatible trains. This is the second of several videos where I will share some of the trains that I have, and possibly introduce you to a new player in the brick market. Enlighten Brick makes LEGO compatible toys, of comparable quality. And as LEGO’s quality continues to decline, it just makes brick companies such as Enlighten that much more of a bargain. Enlighten Passenger Car #628: www.a2ztoystore.com Enlighten Deluxe Passenger Car #624 www.a2ztoystore.com LEGO Emerald Night set #10194 search2.lego.com LEGO Hogwarts Express set #4841 shop.lego.com BUY MY eBOOKS HERE: For your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks and on your computer with iTunes: itunes.apple.com For your Kindle at Amazon: www.amazon.com For your Nook at Barnes and Noble: www.barnesandnoble.comBUY MY BOOKS HERE: Snapshots In Time Buy it at Amazon www.amazon.com The Book Depository. (Free shipping worldwide) www.bookdepository.com BUY MY LATEST BOOK HERE: How To Survive An Alien Abduction And Other Useful Information www.amazon.com Barnes & Noble productsearch.barnesandnoble.com The Book Depository. (Free shipping worldwide) www.bookdepository.com Australia www.thenile.com.au UK www.amazon.co.uk

24 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 10, 2013 at 3:44 am

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How is your second language compared to your first language?

Or any other languages that you may speak?

For example, your first language is like a bullet train or a subway.
Your second language may be like a diesel train.
Your third language may be like a steam train.
Your fourth language may be like one of those trains that required two people to push up and down like a seesaw.
he he he. My third language (Portuguese) is like a snail!

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - July 1, 2011 at 10:48 pm

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