LEGO 10259 Winter Village Station announced [News]

It’s that time of year again: winter is coming, and that means another new Winter Village set. Having been a staple since 2009, Winter Village sets create a quaint cottage-style holiday town. Last year’s set was 10254 Winter Holiday Train, which featured only a small wayside stop. LEGO is giving it a huge boost with this year’s set, 10259 Winter Village Station, a proper station for the rail line. Winter Village Station has 902 pieces and will retail for $79.99 USD when it’s available Oct. 1. While LEGO has not yet confirmed, it will also likely be available Sept. 15 to VIP club members, as previous Winter Village sets have been.

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station
Ages 12+.
US $79.99 – CA $99.99 – DE 69.99€ – UK £74.99 – DK 649.00 DKK *Euro pricing varies by country.

Head home for the holidays with the Winter Village Station!Head for home with the festive Winter Village Station holiday set, featuring a snowy railroad station with wreath adorned lampposts and clock tower, platform, mailbox, green trees, snowy grade crossing with twin barriers and lights, and a beautiful, festively decorated bus with opening doors and a luggage rack with removable luggage and gift wrapped packages. This LEGO® Creator Expert model also includes a ticket counter with a timetable and a transaction counter window with room for sliding out tickets to travelers, plus a coffee shop with a serving hatch and a detailed interior with an espresso machine, cups, cash register and a menu. Includes 5 minifigures.

• Includes 5 minifigures: a bus driver, barista, grandmother, child and a ticket agent.
• The festively adorned Winter Village Station features a snowy train station with a clock tower, platform, coffee shop, ticket counter, grade crossing with twin barriers and lights, lampposts, mailbox and green trees, plus a bus.
• Ticket counter features a timetable and a transaction counter window with room for sliding out tickets.
• Coffee shop features a serving hatch and a detailed interior with espresso machine, cups, cash register and a menu.
• Bus features festive decoration, opening doors, luggage rack with removable luggage and gift wrapped packages, and a removable roof for accessing the detailed interior.
• Drive the happy passengers to the station.
• Raise the barriers to cross the track.
• Grab a newspaper and relax with a warm espresso from the cozy coffee shop.
• Man the ticket booth, serve the travelers and slide the tickets under the serving window.
• Gather the family for some festive LEGO® building!
• Accessories elements include buildable wreaths and wrapped gifts, plus 2 mugs, ticket, newspaper and an envelope.
• Special elements include new 1×1 round plate with horizontal shaft, 4×6 roof element in dark blue, gray microphone element, printed ticket element and shield elements with printed clock-faces.
• Includes 4 straight track pieces to connect with the LEGO® Creator Expert 10254 Winter Holiday Train.
• Winter Village Station measures over 7” (19cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep.
• Grade Crossing when closed measures over 2” (6cm) high, 5” (13cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep.
• Bus measures over 3” (9cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide.

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

10259 Winter Village Station

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15 comments on “LEGO 10259 Winter Village Station announced [News]

  1. Nicholas Pascale

    Should I or should I not be working for LEGO? Once again we shared the same basic idea and mine is extremely close to theirs! Look at all our details, a news stand same lamps! Rail Road crossing, size, sitting area, schedules etc! Hey, Brother’s Brick maybe should look over my work, you could have propelled my Minnie’s Bowtique on LEGO IDEAS!!!! Note Entered into MOCpages in February 2017 designed when the HOLIDAY TRAIN CAME OUT!!!

  2. Lori W.

    Very cool! I didn’t think that I needed the train, but now I will because I will have to have this cute station.

  3. The Anonymous Hutt

    @Nicolas Pascale

    Sorry sir, but I don’t see how your set is anything like the official Lego one apart from the basic idea of a Winter themed train station.

  4. Nicholas Pascale

    You must be kidding, did you follow the link? Starting from Left to right: 2 trees, the same: Railroad crossing, the same: sitting area, the same right down to the color! I have a ticket machine, they have a ticket booth! I have stairs, they have a ramp! I have presents and a grandmother and her grandchild the same!!! They have a newspaper stand so do I! I have a woman and her child waiting for the bus—they provided the bus (hence the idea of a BUS: THE SAME) I have a pretzel seller they have a “barista” My shape and format is 90% close to theirs! You do not think the designers look over our ideas? You aren’t aware toy brick companies in HONG KONG have reproduced sets from LEGO IDEAS? I have a digital clock viewable from 2 sides, the main and only difference is mine has a modern flair! Did you read my intro? And so it is not apart and it wasn’t a basic idea! Mine was unique in the fact it was an urban station as opposed to their suburban!

  5. Jose

    Does anyone know how true it is that the LEGO set of the Panama Canal can be controlled by spindles? And which is the Lego City line or is it a MOC?

  6. Elspeth De Montes

    Jose, slightly off-topic as this post was about the new Winter Village set :-) Anyway, the LEGO Panama Canal set 2000451 is an official set from LEGO Education and can be bought directly from the website be careful as people are selling it for much more on the secondary market. The set has moving parts for the canal water and locks that are controlled mainly by Technic gears and axles. You can see a video of it in motion here: . I hope this helps :-)

  7. The Anonymous Hutt


    I’m sorry, but I’m not joking. your model is impressive, but it doesn’t look like the official model.

    Let’s go by your list, shall we?

    1. Trees

    While your set does include trees(4 if I am not mistaken), they are built on to baseplates and locked in place. Meanwhile, the official set has 2 trees (2 less than your own model) that are lose and not attached to anything.

    2. Railroad Crossing

    This is definitely where your model looks most like the official set. But, you have to notice that the Lego model uses a more rectangular, blocky shape, while yours uses round pieces to create the railroad crossing effect.(Which, by the way, is the technique I prefer.) Your crossing also has lights and distinctly different crossing signs. It may even have a different function, but I can’t tell from pictures alone.

    3. Sitting Area

    This is where I am the most stumped. How does a red, white, and green archway with a tan floor look “The same, right down to the color” as the official Lego model, which is a complete building front with a large clock, a doorway, snowy roofs, lamp posts, a hot cocoa shop on the interior, and a color scheme consisting of nougat, sand green, dark tan(once again for the floor, that is a similarity), and tan? Perhaps if you elaborate more I will better understand.

    4. Ticket Booth/Ticket Machine

    Even in your previous comment you identified a difference between the two models: yours has a ticket machine, the Lego model has a ticket booth. That is already a difference. But to say more, your ticket booth is on the right side of your one sided model and has a more technological feel to it, with the use of buttons. Meanwhile, the official set places their ticket BOOTH on the left side of their two sided model. This booth is merely a person handing out tickets through a window, distinctly different than the official model.

    5. Stairs/Ramp

    Once again, you identified the difference yourself. I don’t see how stairs are like a ramp in this case, especially when the official ramp is located to the left and going up while your stairs are in the middle of your model and going to the right.

    6. Grandmother/Child with Presents

    To be fair, your model just reuses the official Lego minifigures from last year’s Holiday Train set, you just changed their accessories. While there is a grandmother and child in this official set, they are very different minifigures than the ones from last year’s set, and therefore yours.

    7. Newspaper Stand

    Lego’s newspaper stand consists of two newspapers on top of each other. Yours is actually a bin. Yours is way better than Lego’s.

    8. The Bus/Bus Stop

    I’m sorry to say that your model having a bus stop does not mean that Lego stole your idea to use a bus. Sure, you may have inspired them, but its not like they flat out stole your idea. For comparison’s sake, your model has a bus stop and lacks a bus. Lego’s set has a bus, but no bus stop.

    9. Pretzel Stand/Hot Cocoa Barista

    For the third time you have identified your model as different from Lego’s! Pretzels and coffee/cocoa are not the same thing. besides, Lego’s cocoa shop is on the inside of their building while your pretzel stand is completely separate from your main model.

    10. Digital/Traditional Clock

    Look, there really is no comparison here at all apart from the fact that both models have clocks, I’m sorry.

    11. Ice Cycles and Lamps

    Yes, your lamps on the main station are similar, but the lamp design featured in both models is a universal Lego technique that has been seen for years and years. As for the ice cycles, YES, your model and Lego’s have the same exact piece being used. But, in different spots and places. The technique is the same, but nothing else.

    So you see, your model has similarities, but not enough to say that Lego stole your idea or that it is 90% similar.

    As to your other statements in your comments, yes, I am aware that there are knock off companies making products from Lego Ideas, and I hate them with a passion. I don’t believe that Lego steals ideas like those companies.

    I did read your intro, and I appreciate the thought that went into your model. But, it doesn’t give you any more reason for your argument.

    To The Brothers Bricks Moderator/s: Is this the longest comment you have ever moderated? I would not be surprised! xD

  8. Danny Boy


    I am with the The Anonymous Hutt on this one, you design (while very nice by the way) and Lego’s design are so different there really isn’t much to compare to except for the fact you both decided to make a holiday train station.

    In your post you listed all the sets you drew inspiration from so from that perspective it looks more like your model was inspired from their past designs rather than them borrowing from you.

    I suspect both you and the designer of this set just so happened to both like the idea of the train station and looked to previous sets in Legos history for inspiration.

    Regardless, great build sir.

  9. Nicholas Pascale

    LOL love your comment long winded…so am I! But at least you can see the similar items thanks, let’s put it this way the feel of the the both are kissing cousins mine a modern take theirs village like!

  10. The Anonymous Hutt

    @Nicolas Pascale

    Your welcome. I was writing the comment for about 20 minutes! LOL

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