Melbourne trains and trams in Lego form

You can build anything in Lego, including Melbourne’s fleet of trams and trains.

Here we see a W class tram on the City Circle passing Flinders Street Station.

Lego W class City Circle tram passes Flinders Street Station

And a B2 class tram.

Lego B2 class tram model heads along the tracks

The straddle carrier and gantry cranes used to assemble the ‘Skyrail’ viaduct between Caulfield and Oakleigh.

Lego model of the straddle carrier and gantry cranes used to assemble the 'Skyrail' viaduct

X’Trapolis, Hitachi and 4D suburban trains.

Lego models of X'Trapolis, Hitachi and 4D trains

V/Line VLocity train.

Lego model of a V/Line VLocity train

V/Line Sprinter train.

Lego model of a V/Line Sprinter train

V/Line N and P class diesel locomotives.

Lego models of V/Line N and P class diesel locomotives

Qube container train.

Lego model of the Qube operated Maryvale intermodal freight

Castlemaine station.

Lego model of Castlemaine station

And a huge collection of preserved Victorian Railways steam locomotives.

Lego models of a range of Victorian steam engines and railcars

A Queensland tangent

Here is a Lego version of Queensland Rail’s Redbank Workshops.

Lego version of QR's Redbank Workshops

And a QR National coal train.

Lego model of a QR National coal train

And the real thing

Back in 2014 tram D1.3504 received an advertisement for the theatrical release of ‘The Lego Movie’.

D1.3504 advertising 'Lego Movie' on route 5 northbound at the corner of Swanston and Bourke Streets

Footnote: Hong Kong

I’ve done this before on my other blog – Recreating Hong Kong scenes in Lego.

Lego model of the Hong Kong Railway Museum


I found the tram models at the Legoland Discovery Centre at Chadstone, the other trains are the work of Melbourne L-Gauge Train Club members who exhibit at the annual Brickvention display.

The straddle carrier and gantry crane model was at the Level Crossing Removal Authority’s Murrumbeena Info Hub (closed in 2018) while the Queensland models were at the Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich.

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