Main Street Station Metal Earth model 1
A new Metal Earth design at Disneyland Resort features the Main Street Station- $21,99

PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Metal Earth Models Feature Elsa’s Castle, Disneyland Park’s Main Street Station

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Metal Earth enthusiasts have two more models to add to their collection.

The Metal Earth designs are miniature models that can be put together by hand without the use of any glue or solder. No cutting is required either, as the pieces simply pop out and fit together.

New models spotted include Disneyland Park’s Main Street Station and Elsa’s ice castle from “Frozen.”

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Main Street Station Metal Earth model 1
A new Metal Earth design at Disneyland Resort features the Main Street Station- $21,99
Back of Main Street Station Metal Earth model
A look at the back and assembly instructions for the Main Street Station Metal Earth design- $21.99
Elsas castle Metal Earth model
One of two new Metal Earth models features Elsa’s castle- $21.99
Back of Elsas castle Metal Earth model
A look at the back and assembly instructions for Metal Earth’s Elsa’s castle design- $21.99

The two new Metal Earth models sell for $21.99, because they are colored designs. The original metal-tone models typically sell for $17.99.

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The original Metal Earth models were based on iconic Disney Parks attractions, including the Haunted Mansion and Cinderella’s Castle. Other models that have been released include designs based on Pandora: The World of Avatar as well as a line of models based on the designs of Disney Parks trash cans. 

  1. Good to know, BUT these most definitely do not “pop-out”. You have to use a wire-cutter to get them off of their “sheets”, and if you don’t want to have bloody fingers afterwards then it is highly suggested that you use needle-nose pliers to bend the tabs that keep everything together.

  2. Maybe I should read the article closer, seems these are updated designs!! No wire-cutters needed, though I’m guessing pliers are still on the table…

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