Lego Rescue Instructions

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LEGO® Lego Rescue sets are a great childrens toy. They can be great if you can pick them up in a toy sale, or in the childrens toy section of sites like eBay. Children have loved playing with Lego for many years. They are the kind of toy that will last forever. The Lego Rescue sets are a great series that are sure to bring lots of enjoyment for your children.

To view the Lego Rescue instructions for a particular set, click on the title of that set.



LEGO® 1656
Released in 1991
Resque Crew


LEGO® 1702
Released in 1994
Fire Fighter 4 X 4


LEGO® 347
Released in 1971
Fire Station And Ambulance


LEGO® 357
Released in 1973
Fire Station


LEGO® 363
Released in 1975
Hospital


LEGO® 374
Released in 1978
Fire Station


LEGO® 386
Released in 1975
Ambulance Helicopter And Van


LEGO® 460
Released in 1974
Rescue Units


LEGO® 480
Released in 1975
Rescue Helicopter


LEGO® 485
Released in 1976
Fire Truck


LEGO® 555
Released in 1975
Hospital


LEGO® 556
Released in 1977
Fire Truck


LEGO® 570
Released in 1973
Fire House


LEGO® 590
Released in 1977
Engine Company No. 9


LEGO® 600
Released in 1970
Ambulance


LEGO® 602
Released in 1970
Fire Engine


LEGO® 602
Released in 1978
Fire Chiefs Car


LEGO® 620
Released in 1978
Fire Truck Ii


LEGO® 620
Released in 1978
Fire Truck


LEGO® 623
Released in 1978
Medics Car


LEGO® 626
Released in 1978
Ambulance Helicopter


LEGO® 6340
Released in 1994
Hook And Ladder


LEGO® 6356
Released in 1988
Rescue Plane


LEGO® 6358
Released in 1987
Snorkel Squad


LEGO® 6364
Released in 1980
Paramedic Unit

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