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World’s Largest LEGO Christmas Tree

Standing more than 40 feet high at London's bustling St Pancras International Station is a Christmas tree made completely out of Lego bricks! Artist Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks, the UK's only LEGO Certified Professional, with the help of local primary school students and members of a local Explorer Scouts unit, took more than two months to construct this amazing work of art which is made out of 600,000 Lego pieces. It also includes 1,200 ornaments attached to 172 branches and LED lights that are used as garland.

Want to see it for yourself? The tree is on display until January 3rd. Just magical.

St. Pancras International website
via [Discovery]

Photo credits: 1st photo (David Parry/PA), 4th and 7th photo (FolkestoneJack) and 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th and 8th photo (Andrew Burnett)

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