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Type of site
Created by Todd Lehman & Suzanne Rich
Slogan(s) Unknown
Website Official website
Commercial No
Registration Free
Launched 1998
Current status Online

LUGNET (also known as Lego Users Group Network) was one of the largest online "Adult Fan of Lego" ("AFOL") communities.[1][2]


LUGNET provided a forum for "Adult Fans of Lego" (aka: AFOL) to discuss Lego-related issues and post about creations using its NNTP, e-mail and web interfaces. LUGNET members can track their sets, build web pages, rate postings and create polls. The website also features a database of Lego sets and provides links to other major Lego sites. The aim of LUGNET is "To enrich the online experience for the LEGO enthusiast in a growing number of new ways".[3] LUGNET was overseen by two administrators.

Site organization[edit]

  • General - this is where users announce their creations, talk about issues, review sets, etc.
  • Market
  • Regional - this is where people from the same organizations and areas meet. The main international organizations are the International Lego Train Club Organization,,, and
  • Themes - the themes range from Adventurers to Western.


  1. ^ Carney, Steve (18 January 2001). "Internet Guide; Lego Enthusiasts Are Building Connections Online, Brick by Brick". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  2. ^ Craven, Scott (16 March 2006). "Lego fans have chance to turn passion into job". The Arizona Republic. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  3. ^ Official website reference

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