Brick Train Awards are a virtual, global competition to showcase LEGO® train builders from across the world.
The awards will run in February 2021 again, building on the
732 entries we received in 2020: you can see all award categories here, and enter your models from 1st February 2021. Brick Train Awards history
The awards started in 2020 as a response to much of the world being in lockdown due to COVID-19, giving a chance for LEGO® train fans around the world to meet and compete internationally. The competition is organised by Richard (aka
Bricks McGee) of LEGO Northern UK Railway and Cale and Glenn of Brick Model Railroader, and supported by a range of generous sponsors from across the world.
2020 Brick Train Awards had 10 categories for judging the best LEGO® models for locomotives, rolling stock and LEGO® train displays. Each category is judged at a regional level, and the winners from each category then go head-to-head in global awards.
Brick Train Awards regions & judges
North and South American entries will be judged by
Cale Leiphart of Brick Model Railroader, and
Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)
Entries from Europe and the Middle East will be judged by
Richard Carter of LNUR, Huw Millington of Brickset.com, and . Enrico Lussi
African entries will be judged by
. Peter Furstenberg
Entries from Australia and New Zealand will be judged by
Entries for Asia, including Japan, China, India, Pakistan, Korea and Singapore, will be judged by
. Masao Hidaka
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