Tallest Lego Christmas tree unveiled in London, 600,000 Lego bricks used (Photo)

By on Nov 25, 2011 in Amazing, Europe, Lifestyle Comments

A tall Lego Christmas tree, standing about 40 feet high, was unveiled in London on Thursday, November 24, 2011, as shown in the photo below, where 600,000 Lego bricks were reportedly used.



Tallest Lego Christmas tree
Image Credit: PA

As noted at British news sites that day, the giant Lego Christmas tree was erected at the ground floor of St Pancras Station, which took two months to be built, and will remain there until January 3, 2012.

According to reports, it huge Christmas tree was designed and created by Duncan Titmarsh from the professional Lego building company, Bright Bricks, and the tallest Lego Christmas tree ever made.

Toy News noted that it was built by young students from Edith Neville Primary School in Camden and Copenhagen Primary School in Islington along with the Harpenden Explorer Scouts.

“The Lego brand is all about play and creativity and Christmas is the time for celebration and fun.” Lego Marketing Director David Buxbaum was quoted telling to Toy News, in which over 1,000 Lego baubles were attached to its 172 branches.

“This magnificent Christmas tree is a shining example of these values and shows that with Lego bricks you can let your imagination run wild and build anything. We hope that it will work to remind people that Lego toys are the Christmas gift that keeps on giving.” Buxbaum added.



Tallest Lego Christmas tree
Image Credit: PA


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