LEGO City Passenger Train 60197
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Climb aboard the LEGO® City 60197 Passenger Train! This fun set features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, driver’s cabin with opening window, 2 cars with removable roofs, seats and tables, a full circular track with 16 curved and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable platform with 2 seats and train service map, train signal and 4 LEGO minifigures. Includes 4 LEGO® minifigures: 2 passengers, a train conductor and a train attendant. Features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, pantograph on the roof and driver’s cabin with opening window and control panel, plus a café car with removable roof and tables, and a passenger car with removable roof, seats and tables. Also includes a platform with 2 seats and train services map, a full circular track with 16 curved rails and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable train signal pole. Accessory elements include 3 mugs, 3 muffins, a hot dog, croissant, messenger bag and a suitcase with LEGO® box inside. Lift off the roof to access the passenger train cabins filled with cool details. Operate the train with the 10-speed Bluetooth remote control. Drive to the platform and pick up or unload passengers. Set the rails in different ways to fit your city's style.
Item No: 5702016109788
$225.00
or pay from $2.75 per week. Click here for more information marble finance logo
Product Description:
Climb aboard the LEGO® City 60197 Passenger Train! This fun set features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, driver’s cabin with opening window, 2 cars with removable roofs, seats and tables, a full circular track with 16 curved and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable platform with 2 seats and train service map, train signal and 4 LEGO minifigures. Includes 4 LEGO® minifigures: 2 passengers, a train conductor and a train attendant. Features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, pantograph on the roof and driver’s cabin with opening window and control panel, plus a café car with removable roof and tables, and a passenger car with removable roof, seats and tables. Also includes a platform with 2 seats and train services map, a full circular track with 16 curved rails and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable train signal pole. Accessory elements include 3 mugs, 3 muffins, a hot dog, croissant, messenger bag and a suitcase with LEGO® box inside. Lift off the roof to access the passenger train cabins filled with cool details. Operate the train with the 10-speed Bluetooth remote control. Drive to the platform and pick up or unload passengers. Set the rails in different ways to fit your city's style.
Item No: 5702016109788
Product Description
Climb aboard the LEGO® City 60197 Passenger Train! This fun set features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, driver’s cabin with opening window, 2 cars with removable roofs, seats and tables, a full circular track with 16 curved and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable platform with 2 seats and train service map, train signal and 4 LEGO minifigures. Includes 4 LEGO® minifigures: 2 passengers, a train conductor and a train attendant. Features a motorized engine with 10-speed Bluetooth remote control and opening nose cone, pantograph on the roof and driver’s cabin with opening window and control panel, plus a café car with removable roof and tables, and a passenger car with removable roof, seats and tables. Also includes a platform with 2 seats and train services map, a full circular track with 16 curved rails and 4 straight rails, plus a buildable train signal pole. Accessory elements include 3 mugs, 3 muffins, a hot dog, croissant, messenger bag and a suitcase with LEGO® box inside. Lift off the roof to access the passenger train cabins filled with cool details. Operate the train with the 10-speed Bluetooth remote control. Drive to the platform and pick up or unload passengers. Set the rails in different ways to fit your city's style.
Item No: 5702016109788

Features & Benefits

  • Travel around LEGO® City in the comfortable Passenger Train!
  • Includes 4 LEGO® minifigures: 2 passengers, a train conductor and a train attendant.
  • Age Range 6 -12
  • Piece Count 677

Learn more here!

Customer Reviews

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10 Batteries! In 2020 that's disgusting!
My son has wanted this train for months. When he received it for Christmas he was so happy. So now I am writing this on the 15th and it hasn't been played with for days. I had no idea we needed so many batteries. I had to go out and purchase a set because I didn't have enough, which is bad for me as I like to use rechargeables.
The first set of batteries lasted TWO DAYS. So I spent £10 on batteries, that's 1/3 of my total cost of electricity in a month!
So I spent £20 on rechargeable batteries and two days in it's running low. Why lego have you designed something that belongs in the 80's!! Where is the plug in USB cable? Why do we have to take a train apart, unscrew everything to get battles out. How many [eople must be using throw away batteries? Lego equals landfill and I am disgusted, I thought you were a forward thinking company. The next generation of lego trains should absolutely have a build it rechargeable battery that can be plugged in to a USB charger!! Disgraceful considering what's going on with the planet and climate change!
March 15, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Good set, needs a tail cart.
Hello everyone,

The set is very good and the train really looks great when it's actually built. It took me about 3 hours to complete. The pairing with the remote control was not an issue, after following the tutorial video. You only need to do it once, then the remote and the receiver will recognize themselves every time you turn them on.

I also believe that this particular train really needs an extra tail cart to look symmetrical and I'd like to share my experience with adding it, without purchasing a second set.

I contacted the Lego Customers Service at the beginning of August, shortly after the set was released. I was pleased to receive immediately a list of parts but, unfortunately, they were not what I was looking for.

Maybe it was too early in the process, but the Customer Service was not able to provide a list of the all the actual parts to build the cart as you see it in my picture.

I ended up compiling the list by myself, based on the parts needed to build the engine and modifying the wheels assembly in order to remove the motor. It took a while on the phone to go through all the parts and the required quantities, but luckily that process was not too bad as all the personnel at Lego Customers Service I dealt with was really helpful and, after the issue with the initial list, made sure I got taken care and received what I needed.

Some parts are really new and it took about 10 days to get them all from the factory in Denmark, but I'm very happy with the final result. Cart could be further modified to add more windows and seat, as you have plenty of room inside without the battery pack / receiver, but I chose to have it looking like the engine cart.

I would recommend the Lego Engineers to come up with an actual list of parts to be purchased or, even better, to have a set with end cart directly available for sale, as it takes quite a bit to come up with the list and it's easy to make mistakes or forget some pieces.

Sorry for the long post, hopefully it will be helpful to those who wish to add the cart.

G
March 14, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Worst Lego Train Set
This train set is slightly more powerful and faster than the last generation, as such the batteries run out faster but this is not a major issue as you can always replace with new batteries. Now the main problems..... Bluetooth is a pain to use, it takes a few seconds to pair and you need to pair it every time you start and hold the buttons for 5 seconds to turn off, try explain this to young children and their friends. The remote control is awkward and not user friendly, why would Lego remove the dials and replace them with buttons to control power?!
I understand Lego has to redesign it without an IR receiver to cut cost but cutting cost and make a product inferior than last generation is simply unacceptable.
Pity one of the best looking train is one of the worst one in terms of playability.
March 9, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
City Passenger Train
This was a good challenge to build. There could have been a bit more track, but I purchased extra to give more options with layout. You can get a good speed up with the engine, but need to be careful on the bends!
March 6, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Good, but disappointed with required bluetooth.
This is a sleek looking site and definitely more attractive than the prior year's models. I have the high speed train version of 2015 and 2017 as well.

Unfortunately this just sits and collects dust because I have not connected the remotes to the 2019 trains through whatever process is needed.

I can't tell if I have an issue on my end or yours now.

I don't remember what controllers go to what set. AND I have an issue with EITHER the Controls, the Power, the connections, the engines, the batteries could be dead over time, and 100 other possible issues could be going on. BUT NOW I NEED TO FIGURE OUT IF I HAVE A BLUETOOTH OR APP ISSUE OR A PHONE/SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY ISSUE, BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING TRAINS I BOUGHT IN 2019 (CARGO, DISNEY, AND "HIGHSPEED")

Please fix this lego. This is completely unnecessary. Why can't the controls that come with the trains just control the trains?

This adds more probable consequences than benefits... what are the benefits exactly?

Do I control the Train that has a remote much more reliable than my phones touch screen... why not VIP points perhaps of some type? I am looking online for other retired sets.

I just purchased the Lone Ranger Set. And am going to purchase the parts needed from the HIGHLY SUGGESTED LEGO TRAINS BOOK (HAS INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO BUILD OFFICIAL LEGO ENGINES AND CARS NEVER MANUFACTURED FOR SALE.
March 2, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
A Complete Train
Overall, this is the best deal for the most visually complete and functional train. Three long cars. Plenty of visual details. A complete control system. One will not be easily inclined to seek additional cars to add to the train for a Lego City layout outside of professional train hobbyists. The only detraction of the set as-is would be the need to replace batteries like a bundle of cartridge shells. That can get old if the train is ran hard and often. There is the option to add the Lego Powered Up LED's behind the clear light bezels up front. Prior to installing the LED's, it is recommended by this author to line the inside of the front shell with black electrical tape to prevent the entire front sheel from glowing like a certain reindeer's nose. Otherwise, this set is perfect for those looking for a complete train and not a partial train and half-baked station as past iterations have been.
February 29, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Awesome
First start with LEGO that can move around, upgrade to LEGO with remote, finally now going towards LEGO control by all or remote control.
Awesome set my kids will Love to play with it.
Only down thing is if only come with more tracks. Max speed Train will flip over, so I also got another set of extended tracks.
February 28, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Good set, needs a tail cart.
Hello everyone,

The set is very good and the train really looks great when it's actually built. It took me about 3 hours to complete. The pairing with the remote control was not an issue, after following the tutorial video. You only need to do it once, then the remote and the receiver will recognize themselves every time you turn them on.

I also believe that this particular train really needs an extra tail cart to look symmetrical and I'd like to share my experience with adding it, without purchasing a second set.

I contacted the Lego Customers Service at the beginning of August, shortly after the set was released. I was pleased to receive immediately a list of parts but, unfortunately, they were not what I was looking for.

Maybe it was too early in the process, but the Customer Service was not able to provide a list of the all the actual parts to build the cart as you see it in my picture.

I ended up compiling the list by myself, based on the parts needed to build the engine and modifying the wheels assembly in order to remove the motor. It took a while on the phone to go through all the parts and the required quantities, but luckily that process was not too bad as all the personnel at Lego Customers Service I dealt with was really helpful and, after the issue with the initial list, made sure I got taken care and received what I needed.

Some parts are really new and it took about 10 days to get them all from the factory in Denmark, but I'm very happy with the final result. Cart could be further modified to add more windows and seat, as you have plenty of room inside without the battery pack / receiver, but I chose to have it looking like the engine cart.

I would recommend the Lego Engineers to come up with an actual list of parts to be purchased or, even better, to have a set with end cart directly available for sale, as it takes quite a bit to come up with the list and it's easy to make mistakes or forget some pieces.

Sorry for the long post, hopefully it will be helpful to those who wish to add the cart.

G
February 17, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
A Complete Train
Overall, this is the best deal for the most visually complete and functional train. Three long cars. Plenty of visual details. A complete control system. One will not be easily inclined to seek additional cars to add to the train for a Lego City layout outside of professional train hobbyists. The only detraction of the set as-is would be the need to replace batteries like a bundle of cartridge shells. That can get old if the train is ran hard and often. There is the option to add the Lego Powered Up LED's behind the clear light bezels up front. Prior to installing the LED's, it is recommended by this author to line the inside of the front shell with black electrical tape to prevent the entire front sheel from glowing like a certain reindeer's nose. Otherwise, this set is perfect for those looking for a complete train and not a partial train and half-baked station as past iterations have been.
February 13, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun but one option
These new style of lego toys are fun to assemble. But once done you need a nee toy. Where the old style blocks you can make infinite shapes and experience never ends.
I need to buy more rails with different styles and length but Im not sure it exists!
February 4, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO