Gallery: The World’s Largest LEGO Christmas Tree Pops Up in London!

This may look like an ordinary, albeit gigantic, Christmas tree from afar, but take a closer look - it's made of Legos! Standing a proud 38-ft tall, the faux-fir Lego Christmas tree recently popped up St. Pancras Station in London. Touted as the world's largest Lego® Christmas tree, this beauty is composed of 600,000 miniature bricks and is decorated with 1,000 ornaments. Designed and constructed by UK-based creative team, Bright Bricks, the faux tree features a steel framework and is estimated to weigh over 3 tonnes. The lights were turned on for this amazing tree last week and travelers passing through the station are enjoying the festive sculpture.

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1 Comment

  1. greenhat December 1, 2011 at 5:57 am

    It’s just amazing that Lego still go from strength to strength! From little plastic bricks, to movie merchandise to computer games and Lego world. It really tacks me back looking at your gallery. Great marketing for them!

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